By Dakota Antelman, Managing Editor
UPDATE: Police have arrested 51-year-old Carlos Gonzalez in connection with a stabbing in Shrewsbury, this week. He’s facing three charges including Assault and Battery with a Dangerous Weapon.
SHREWSBURY – Police announced, May 1, that they had arrested a man who allegedly initially evaded capture, April 28, after stabbing a 37-year-old woman in the neck in Shrewsbury.
Shrewsbury Police detectives, Massachusetts State Police and Sturbridge Police collaboratively located and arrested 51-year-old Carlos Gonzales of Worcester at a hotel in Sturbridge on April 30 according to Shrewsbury Police Spokesperson Nicholas Perna.
Gonzalez is now charged with Assault and Battery on a family member, Assault and Battery with a dangerous weapon, and strangulation. He was also arrested on two previously existing warrants.
Police received their first 9-1-1 call regarding the incident around 5:45PM on April 28. They then responded to Extra Space Storage at 53 Clinton Street where they found a woman bleeding from a “severe stab wound to the neck from a broken glass tube.”
First responders immediately gave aid to the victim before then transporting her to the hospital.
Shrewsbury Police secured the area with help from the Boylston Police, calling in a K9 unit to “perform an extensive search.”
Police announced the incident on April 30, reporting that a suspect had been identified but not naming him. An arrest warrant had been issued. And the victim was expected to survive.
“We would like to advise the community that this was an isolated incident, and there is no threat to the public regarding this incident,” the police said at the time.
This is an ongoing story. It will be updated with any additional information that becomes available…