FRAMINGHAM – Between June 3 and July 3, there have been 9 reported stabbings in the City of Framingham, including two within a 24 hour period on July 2-3.
On June 3, on Cochituate Road, a woman was attempting to slash the tires of her ex-boyfriend’s vehicle when she struck and cut her ex-boyfriend’s finger, as he tried to stop her. The woman was arrested, according to authorities.
On June 8, on Second Street, a victim was robbed, assaulted, and stabbed by an unknown group. No arrest made yet. The wound was non-life threatening and the victim refused treatment, according to first responders.
On June 21, a man was stabbed in the arm and leg at the Portuguese Club. He was transported to a hospital for treatment.
On June 23, a man was stabbed at 3:19 a.m. on Arlington Street, by another male. He was transported to a Boston Hospital for treatment. Police said a man was arrested.
On June 24, on Union Avenue, a man stabbed another man in the back. The wound was superficial and not life-threatening, according to first responders.
On June 28, an individual stabbed another with a broken bottle on Beaver Street. Arrest at 8:34 p.m. was Romaine Myers, 38, of 3 Merchant Road. He was charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon. Aggravated assault with intent to murder/main.
On June 30, a man reported an unknown man put a machete to his throat at the 105 Hollis Street at 5:27 p.m. The victim was transported to the hospital, with a minor injury. No one arrested, according to police.
On July 2, a man was stabbed in the arm on Hollis Street, and was transported to the hospital for treatment. No arrest was made, according to police.
SOURCE made a Freedom of Information request for information on stabbings in the City between June through July 3, on July 3. Information in this report was provided by police, public police log information, court records, and information submitted to SOURCE.