Man Charged With Killing Ex-Girlfriend at Worcester Restaurant Returned to Psychiatric Facility - NBC10 Boston

Man Charged With Killing Ex-Girlfriend at Worcester Restaurant Returned to Psychiatric Facility

A hearing has determined Carlos Asencio, 28, will remain at Bridgewater State Hospital for up to six more months

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    Suspect Held Without Bail in Deadly Restaurant Stabbing

    A man stabbed his ex-girlfriend to death in O'Connor's Restaurant & Bar in Worcester, according to prosecutors.

    (Published Friday, July 5, 2019)

    A New Hampshire man charged with fatally stabbing his ex-girlfriend in a Massachusetts restaurant where she was attending a book club meeting has been committed to a mental health facility for an additional six months.

    Court officials tell Masslive.com that at a hearing Wednesday at Bridgewater State Hospital, it was determined that Carlos Asencio would remain held there for up to six more months.

    The 32-year-old Derry, New Hampshire man had been at the facility since his arraignment last month on a murder charge in the July 3 stabbing death of 31-year-old Amanda Dabrowski, of Ayer, in O'Connor's Restaurant & Bar in Worcester. A not guilty plea has been entered on his behalf.

    Authorities say the suspect stabbed the victim as she left the restroom.

    Man Accused of Fatal Stabbing Inside Worcester Restaurant Due in Court

    [NECN] Man Accused of Fatal Stabbing Inside Worcester Restaurant Due in Court

    The man accused of a fatal stabbing inside a Worcester, Massachusetts restaurant is scheduled to face a judge Friday.

    (Published Friday, July 5, 2019)

    His attorney has not commented.


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