Three people have been arrested in connection with a stabbing on Saturday in Boston.
The incident happened around 4:40 p.m. at 128 Tremont Street, near the Park Street T-station.
The 21-year-old victim was rushed to Tufts Medical Center to receive treatment for non-life-threatening injuries.
Police said an investigation revealed that the victim had been stabbed during an altercation with two other men. After reviewing surveillance video, the victim was seen arguing with a man, later identified as Jaden Clemenceau, 19, of Mattapan.
In the video, police said a second man, later identified as Henry Vo, 22, of South Boston, was seen stabbing the victim then handing an object to Clemenceau.
Police said they recognized Vo as he is known to frequent the area.
After canvassing the area, officers discovered Vo's Honda Odyssey parked on South Charles Street and approached. Inside the vehicle, they found Vo and Victoria Toledo, 19, of South Boston, sitting inside.
Authorities said, in plain view of the officers was a large plastic bag of what appeared to be crack cocaine in the center console cup holder, a large amount of money, and what appeared to be a knife in an open bag on the seat.
Vo and Toledo were taken into custody without further incident.
Vo was charged with armed assault with intent to murder, assault and battery by means of a dangerous weapon, and possession with intent to distribute.
Toledo was charged with possession with intent to distribute.
A short time later, police arrived to Mass General Hospital after being notified of a walk-in stabbing victim.
Officers found Clemenceau being treated for wounds received during his confrontation with the victim. He was placed under arrest at the hospital and charged with armed assault with intent to murder and assault and battery by means of a dangerous Weapon.