Boston Police report arresting two teens, one 15, the other 16, they say were unsuccessful in repeated attempts to stab each other in the parking lot of the McDonald's at 1312 Hyde Park Ave. before officers arrived yesterday afternoon. Read more.
Boston Police report arresting an East Boston man on charges he stabbed a clerk in the market at the Shell station on Meridian Street, steps from the District A-7 police station on Paris Street on Friday morning. Read more.
Victim identified as Timothy Walton, 32, of Roxbury.
Boston Police report a man was stabbed around 9:10 p.m. at Massachusetts Avenue and Albany Street - near the ambulance bays for the Boston Medical Center ER, into which he was rushed. He was declared dead not long after.
Cambridge Police report they are investigating a string of street robberies this week in which people have been held up, at least once at knifepoint, in Mid-Cambridge north of Massachusetts Avenue: Read more.
NorthEndWaterfont.com reports North Enders have set up a GoFundMe page for Nico, who played violin on the Prado behind the Paul Revere statue until thieves stole his violin - by cutting the ties he used to keep it connected to him as he slept.
Live Boston reports a man was stabbed around 11:35 p.m. on Thursday at 208 Westville St., about halfway between Geneva Avenue and Draper Street. Due to the severity of the person's injuries, the homicide unit was called in.
Four "large" guys got into a fight inside the Cavan Cafe on Hyde Park Avenue in Hyde Park in May that left one man stabbed - and then shot at as a pal tried to rush him to the hospital - police and the Cavan's bartender told the Boston Licensing Board this morning. Read more.
Boston Police reports they are looking for two men they say broke into an apartment through a rear window and tied an occupant up and blindfold her - after first threatening her with both a knife and a gun. Read more.
Update, 8/8: Licensing Board found club was not at fault.
Barely 15 minutes after four men paid off a doorman to let them into Society on High one March night even though the club was full to capacity and they did not meet the club dress code, they got involved in a shoving match that turned into a knife fight that sent four men to the hospital - one with injuries serious enough to have homicide detective summoned just in case - BPD detectives and the club's attorney told the Boston Licensing Board this morning. Read more.
A man was stabbed around 10 p.m. at Eustis Street and Bethune Way during a robbery attempt. Not long after, officers found a possible suspect, with a knife, about three blocks away on Warren Street near Palmer, covered in blood, some of which may have come from the cuts he had on his head and legs.