Alert New England reports one of the combatants in a fight outside Archdale Liquors on Washington Street at Archdale Street around 7:40 p.m. didn't realize his opponent had a knife. EMS took him away with a stab wound to the leg.
Stanley Staco reports a man was stabbed in the stomach around 10 p.m. at the Star Market at River and Washington streets. Police are looking for a woman seen running from the scene.
A Dorchester man who allegedly tried but failed to rob a woman at knifepoint at Downtown Crossing last month was arrested last week after detectives managed to track him down as a regular at a Dorchester Star Market, the Suffolk County District Attorney's office reports.
Roger Hines, 29, was arraigned Friday on a charge of assault with a dangerous weapon, the DA's office says. Judge Eleanor Sinnott agreed with a request from prosecutors for bail of $15,000.
Boston EMS Incidents reports two people were stabbed on Warrenton Street around 2 a.m. - one in the chest, one in the side.
Boston EMS Incidents reports that around 11:40 p.m. on Thursday a man showed up at the East Boston Neighborhood Health Center on Gove Street, stabbed to the chest and stomach.
UPDATE: Police report the man said he was stabbed somewhere on Webster Street and that his wounds were not life threatening.
The Herald reports the man was stabbed on Peacevale Road outside TechBoston Academy around 12:15 p.m.
Transit Police report two people were stabbed around 12:45 p.m. on the Ashmont platform at Shawmut, in an incident that might have started as a dispute on an Orange Line train.
Police report neither victim stuck around for police or EMTs. One was found on Leslie Street, several blocks east of Dorchester Avenue; the other on Dorchester Avenue near Welles Avenue, also several blocks from the station.
Both victims are expected to survive, police say.
Sunglass Hut, 86 Newbury St., was held up around 8:15 p.m. by a man who showed a clerk a knife - and then walked out with a single pair of sunglasses.
He's described as black, mid-40s, about 5'6" and 160 lbs. He wore a gray sweatshirt and was last seen sauntering towards Boylston Street holding a brown paper bag.
WFXT reports a Charlestown High School student was stabbed near the school this morning.
In a separate incident, a man was sliced in the back around 7:30 a.m. Exactly where remains to be determined, but maybe somewhere along Walford Way.
Cambridge Police report officers had just broken up a fight outside Moksa, 450 Mass. Ave., early Saturday when another fight broke out, this time involving a man in the mood to get stabby on his adversaries.
Abdias Aime, 32, of Medford, was charged with stabbing one man repeatedly in the back and slicing another in the hand in the 1:45 a.m. incident, police say:
A man apparently attempted to end an argument that turned physical by stabbing the other participant, around 12:15 p.m. on Wentworth Street near Norfolk Street. The victim was not hurt badly enough to keep him from chasing after his attacker. Police arrived in time to find both of them.
Shortly after 9:30 p.m., a man showed up at Milton Hospital with stab wounds serious enough to have him transported to a Boston trauma center.
Police at first suspected the stabbing happened across Hyde Park Avenue from the Americas' Food Basket strip mall, but were not able to find evidence of a crime scene there. The men who brought the victim to Milton Hospital were not saying much.
First a woman showed up at Boston Medical Center looking like somebody had smashed her with a bottle, shortly after 8:30 p.m. Not long after, police found another woman stabbed on Howland Street, between Elm Hill and Warren. Police are now investigating whether the two women got into a fight, one armed with a bottle, the other with a knife.
Around 8:50 a.m. on Hillsboro Road, according to Boston EMS Incidents.