Man stabbed after refusing to flush toilet at Back Bay station, transit police say – CBS Boston
BOSTON (CBS) – A Malden man is accused of stabbing a man in Boston for refusing to flush a toilet, the MBTA Traffic Police said. It happened at Back Bay Station around 8 a.m. on Sunday.
Officers found the 33-year-old victim with a stab wound to her arm. He told police he was in the bathroom stall when Hector Avededo, 42, entered the bathroom. Avededo told him to flush the toilet and the victim replied that he should mind his own business and an argument ensued.
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Outside the bathroom, the argument raged, and Avededo stabbed the man before fleeing, police said.
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Transit officers searched the area and found Avededo on Huntington Avenue. He was positively identified and arrested.
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Police said a knife was found on Avededo.