BOSTON, MA (WBZ-AM) — Police are investigating an apparent stabbing at Suffolk Superior Court in Boston on Wednesday.
Mass State Police say it happened sometime around 11:30 a.m.
One man, was conscious, though apparently bleeding, was brought to Mass General Hospital with injuries believed to be non-life threatening.
Police have shut down the second floor of the courthouse at 3 Pemberton Square to investigate.
No arrests have been made. It was not immediately known what led to the stabbing.
Defense Attorney Joseph Simons, was on the 8th floor of the courthouse in a proceeding when he saw Court officers rush from the courtroom in a panic to respond to something.
Statement from Mass State Police:
"Numerous Massachusetts State Police and Boston Police units have responded to the second floor of Suffolk Superior Court, where a man was apparently stabbed a short time ago. The victim suffered wounds we believe to be non-life threatening and has been transported to MGH. We have shut down the second floor as we continue to investigate and process the crime scene. MSP patrols, detectives, and Crime Scene Services troopers are on-scene, as are Boston Police officers. There have been no arrests at this time. We will update you when more information is available.
WBZ NewsRadio's Carl Stevens (@CarlWBZ) reports