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FRAMINGHAM – A Framingham man was arrested after he pulled a knife on an employee at an automotive repair shop.

Police arrested at 11:22 a.m. on Tuesday, June 1, Miguel Hiraldo, 72, of 23 Everit Avenue of Framingham. He was arrested at Concord St. Automotive at 506 Concord Street.

“Hiraldo got into an argument with an employee over the wait time for an inspection. During the argument he pulled a knife out and pointed it at the employee,” said Framingham Police spokesperson Lt. Rachel Mickens.

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He was located on scene and was arrested, said Lt. Mickens.

No one was injured.

Hiraldo was charged with assault with a dangerous weapon (knife).


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