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UPDATED: 3 Arrested Following Stabbing Friday Evening in Framingham

Framingham Police and Fire departments responded to a report of a stabbing on Route 135 Friday evening.

Originally posted at 7:22 p.m. on June 28. Updated on noon Saturday with arrest information. Updated again at 1:20 p.m. with police report info.

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Framingham Police arrested a Clark Street Framingham man Friday night after a stabbing incident.

One female was treated for non-life threatening injuries, following a stab wound to the chest, from a knife. 

Police arrested at 340 Waverly St. Joseph D. Spencer, 27, of 36 Clark St. he was charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and trespassing on railroad property. He was arrested at 7:12 p.m., following a report of a disturbance at 7:01 p.m.

Spencer attacked a female and male, known to him, first behind Salvation Army, where he hit a female with the wood of a broken shovel, explained Framingham Deputy Police Chief Ron Brandolini.

"He fled but returned and assaulted the female again behind Creative Carpet with a small knife striking her in the chest area once," said Brandolini. "He was chased away by the male party, who armed himself with a piece of metal. Suspect was arrested short time later trespassing on railroad property."

Also arrested at 340 Waverly Street within that same 30 minutes were:

  • Stephen Zielinski, 49, of 110 Arlington St. Apt 84 of Framingham. He was charged with trespassing on railroad property and possession of a Class C drug.
  • Henry Kuritz, 35, of 73 Hollis St. of Framingham. He was charged with trespassing on railroad property.


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Framingham Police and Fire departments responded to a report of a stabbing on Waverly Street Friday evening.

Emergency crews transported one from 340 Waverly Street after 7 p.m with non-life threatening injuries.

Framingham Patch will update when we have more details.

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