Boston man charged with road-rage stabbing in Quincy




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  • 2022-09-20 16:29:38Z
  • By Patriot Ledger

A Boston man was arrested Tuesday in Weymouth and charged with a road-rage stabbing last week in Quincy, police said.

Quincy police said in an Instagram post that Zakar Bell-Warren, 20, of Hyde Park, was taken into custody in Weymouth on Tuesday morning on an arrest warrant stemming from a stabbing in Quincy on Thursday, Sept. 15.

Lights on the roof of a police vehicle.
Lights on the roof of a police vehicle.  

Police said Bell-Warren and the victim were involved in a road-rage incident that started in the area of Quincy Shore Drive and Sea Street and continued down Quincy Shore Drive, ending with the stabbing in the area of Glover Avenue and Pierce Street.

The victim suffered serious injuries, police said.

Two witnesses told police Bell-Warren had a firearm, Quincy police said.

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A detective obtained a warrant charging Bell-Warren with armed assault to murder (a knife) and assault with a dangerous weapon (a firearm).

Police said they also obtained warrants to search Bell-Warren's vehicle and home, and that more charges might be filed.

He was expected to be arraigned in Quincy District Court on Tuesday.

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This article originally appeared on The Patriot Ledger: Boston man charged with road-rage stabbing in Quincy

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