Cambridge Police seek a suspect involved in the stabbing of a Somerville resident late Tuesday – the second stabbing in Cambridge this month.
A man with a gun was taken in by law enforcement including Cambridge police, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency, Worcester Tactical Diversion Squad and the Boston office of the Department of Homeland Security Investigations.
Sandro Corbelli, 38, of Somerville, was in court on charges of kidnapping, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, assault and battery on a police officer, assault and battery, resisting arrest and breaking and entering for a felony with a person in fear.
A misunderstanding about a ride-share service led to a stabbing on the outskirts of Central Square and the arrest of a 65-year-old man from Belmont. Separately, police reported an arrest at the scene of a breaking and entering in progress.
A federal jury of 10 men and two women returned a verdict of not guilty in the case of Josh Wairi, the Graham & Parks school teacher arrested in April 2014.
Josh Wairi has admitted to possessing more than 25,000 images of child pornography on a flash drive and to secretly filming videos of students in showers.
Cambridge Police have found a revolver and are investigating reports of a gunshot last night in the 400 block of Massachusetts Avenue.
Josh Wairi will go to trial the final week in April, and the outline of the trial has started to become clear: Whether the videos he made of naked children taking showers and getting dressed meets the definition of child porn.
Somerville police are hoping to identify an armed robber with the public’s help. The crime took place Monday near Inman Square.
Carlos Colina, 32, was arraigned Monday on charges of assault and battery causing serious bodily injury and improper disposal of a body.