Mass. State Police Arrest Suspect In Newton Road Rage Stabbing

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NEWTON, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) — A suspect was arrested Wednesday for allegedly stabbing a man in a road rage incident in Newton, officials said.

Massachusetts State Police said they arrested Imani Abraham, 27, of Dorchester, for the May 4 stabbing that took place in the parking lot of the Daly ice rink on Nonantum Road.

According to investigators, Abraham and the victim, a 32-year-old Quincy man, nearly collided their vehicles into each other on Route 93 in Dorchester. Abraham then followed the victim roughly 10 miles to the ice rink, State Police said.

When they reached the parking lot, Abraham got out of her car, pulled out a knife, stabbed the victim in the leg, then got back in her car and drove away, State Police said. The victim was treated at an area hospital for a non-life threatening injury.

State Police said Abraham was arrested without incident at her place of work in Braintree and charged with assault with a dangerous weapon and two counts of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.

Abraham was arraigned in Newton District Court Wednesday.

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