March 8, 2021

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Randolph stabbing victim found in car with multiple bullet holes

A Boston man is in custody after Randolph police found a stabbing victim inside of a vehicle that had been shot multiple times, according to police Chief William Pace.Pace says Randolph police received a 911 call at 11 p.m. Saturday for a reported stabbing. Officers and emergency medical professionals found the victim, a 30-year-old Boston man, inside a vehicle outside the Rockland Trust bank at 84 North Main St.The man was suffering from a stab wound to his upper back, but first responders initially believed that the wound was a gunshot wound because the vehicle he was found in — a white sedan — had five “fresh-looking” bullet holes, Pace says.The victim was taken by ambulance to Boston Medical Center with serious injuries that are not considered to be life-threatening.Pace says investigators then found what was determined to be the primary crime scene on Nelson Drive, about a quarter-mile away from the Rockland Trust on North Main Street.Mutual aid, including Braintree police and a Weymouth K-9 unit, arrived at the scene to help with the investigation. Shortly afterward, a Weymouth Police K-9 tracked the suspect, who Pace says was hiding in a pile of snow in a nearby wooded area.The suspect, a 28-year-old Boston man, was uncooperative with police and attempted to hide from the K-9, according to Pace. Officers were able to take him into custody and found an unregistered 9mm semi-automatic firearm in his possession. Police seized the weapon from the man, who did not possess a license to carry firearms.Pace says the suspect was taken to Good Samaritan Medical Center in Brockton because he was bitten on the leg by the K-9 while he tried to elude the dog, and due to the fact that he was exposed to cold temperatures.According to Pace, the suspect will likely face numerous charges, including armed assault with intent to murder and multiple gun charges. The suspect is not being identified at this time pending the issuance of a criminal complaint.Multiple shell casings were located on Nelson Drive and police have collected evidence from the crime scene, Pace says.The Randolph Police Department is investigating the incident, which Pace says does not appear to be random in nature.

A Boston man is in custody after Randolph police found a stabbing victim inside of a vehicle that had been shot multiple times, according to police Chief William Pace.

Pace says Randolph police received a 911 call at 11 p.m. Saturday for a reported stabbing. Officers and emergency medical professionals found the victim, a 30-year-old Boston man, inside a vehicle outside the Rockland Trust bank at 84 North Main St.

The man was suffering from a stab wound to his upper back, but first responders initially believed that the wound was a gunshot wound because the vehicle he was found in — a white sedan — had five “fresh-looking” bullet holes, Pace says.

The victim was taken by ambulance to Boston Medical Center with serious injuries that are not considered to be life-threatening.

Pace says investigators then found what was determined to be the primary crime scene on Nelson Drive, about a quarter-mile away from the Rockland Trust on North Main Street.

Mutual aid, including Braintree police and a Weymouth K-9 unit, arrived at the scene to help with the investigation. Shortly afterward, a Weymouth Police K-9 tracked the suspect, who Pace says was hiding in a pile of snow in a nearby wooded area.

The suspect, a 28-year-old Boston man, was uncooperative with police and attempted to hide from the K-9, according to Pace. Officers were able to take him into custody and found an unregistered 9mm semi-automatic firearm in his possession. Police seized the weapon from the man, who did not possess a license to carry firearms.

Pace says the suspect was taken to Good Samaritan Medical Center in Brockton because he was bitten on the leg by the K-9 while he tried to elude the dog, and due to the fact that he was exposed to cold temperatures.

According to Pace, the suspect will likely face numerous charges, including armed assault with intent to murder and multiple gun charges. The suspect is not being identified at this time pending the issuance of a criminal complaint.

Multiple shell casings were located on Nelson Drive and police have collected evidence from the crime scene, Pace says.

The Randolph Police Department is investigating the incident, which Pace says does not appear to be random in nature.