Steven M. Sargent, Chief
Worcester Police Detectives had been investigating a stabbing of a cab driver that occurred on April 16th. They applied for a warrant for Robert Rutledge, thirty-five-years-old of 48 Everard St #2, for the charges of Armed Assault with Intent to Murder, Armed Robbery while Masked, Carjacking, and Assault and Battery with a Dangerous Weapon. On April 19th at 12:27 PM, Mr. Rutledge was arrested at his residence on the warrant. He will be arraigned in Worcester District Court.
Posted: Friday 04/20/18
On Tuesday, April 17, 2018 at approximately 7:40 PM multiple police units were dispatched to an apartment on Queen Street for a report of a domestic assault in progress. Officers received information that a 39-year-old male of Worcester was holding his ex-girlfriend hostage at knife-point inside the kitchen of the apartment.
Posted: Wednesday 04/18/18
On April 16th at about 3:10 PM, Worcester Police officers were dispatched to the area of Edward St for a report of a possible stabbing. Upon arrival, they spoke with the victim, a fifty-four-year-old driver for a cab company. Officers saw that the male was bleeding from the right side of his neck.
Posted: Monday 04/16/18
When: Tuesday 04/24/18 1:00 PM
Where: Greenwood Gardens (WHA), 327 Greenwood Street
When: Tuesday 04/24/18 6:00 PM
Where: Quinsigamond Village, 16 Greenwood Street
When: Wednesday 04/25/18 5:30 PM
Where: Whittier Terrace, 86 Austin Street
When: Thursday 04/26/18 5:30 PM
Where: Salem Covenant Church, 215 Mountain Street East
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