A 30-year-old Boston man was stabbed and gunshots were fired at a vehicle in Randolph late Saturday, authorities said.
One man is in custody and is expected to face multiple charges, according to Randolph police.
A 911 call for a stabbing around 11 p.m. Saturday led police to North Main St., where they found the victim in a car. The vehicle was riddled with five bullet holes, and the man seemed to have a gunshot wound in his upper back.
Upon further investigation, authorities determined it was actually a stab wound, for which the victim was transported to Boston Medical Center. The injury was serious but not life-threatening, Chief William Pace said in a statement Sunday morning.
The original crime scene, police believe, occurred less than a mile away on Nelson Drive, where they found multiple shell casings.
Authorities found a 28-year-old Boston man in the area hiding in a pile of snow, who they said did not cooperate with police and tried to hide from K-9 units.
He was bitten in the leg by one of the dogs, police say, and later transported to Good Samaritan Medical Center in Brockton for treatment.
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As he was brought into custody, Randolph police found him armed with an unregistered, semi-automatic weapon.
Police say the 28-year-old man will likely face numerous charges including Armed Assault with Intent to Murder and multiple gun charges, since he does not possess a license to carry firearms.
The Randolph Police Department say the investigation is active, but there is no danger to the community.