Boston, Massachusetts 2020-10-18 19:37:23 –
Police said Sunday that a teenager who allegedly stabbed someone on Friday during an attempted armed robbery at a grocery store in Boston’s Mattapan district faced multiple charges.
Mattapan’s 18-year-old Davon Hussey will later be arraigned by the Dochester District Court for crimes with dangerous weapons (knives), armed robbery, assault, attempted assault, and resistance to arrest.
Boston Police Department claims that Hassy stabbed someone at a grocery store in Fernandez Cousin who refused him money.Police officers responded to a store on Mattapan’s 1150 Blue Avenue after receiving a stabbed radio call shortly before 3 pm
Witnesses on the scene told police that a suspect, later identified as Hassey, entered the store and demanded him $ 20. The man didn’t give the suspect money, so he demanded $ 20 from the victim, but he refused.
Next, Hassy took out the box cutter, reached out to the store and stabbed the victim, police said in a press release.
According to police, the victim was taken to a local hospital with a life-threatening injury.
According to police, Hassy fled the store on suspicion of being stabbed.
A police sergeant later saw a man standing in front of 1260 Blue Hill Avenue, which matches the suspect’s description.
When the sergeant left the cruiser at around 4:45 pm, the man ignored the sergeant’s request to speak to him and began walking.
More detectives arrived at the scene, and after a brief struggle, the suspect was arrested.
It’s unclear if Hassy has a lawyer who can talk about the allegations he faces.