The suspect wanted in connection to a non-fatal stabbing in Cambridge on Friday night has been arrested, according to police.
Russell Giachetto, 51, of Cambridge, Massachusetts, was arrested at his residence Saturday night after officers received a tip on his whereabouts, police said.
Giachetto is charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and is expected to be arraigned on Monday in Cambridge District Court.
It is unclear whether he has an attorney.
The victim has been released from the hospital after receiving treatment following his injuries, police said.
Officers responded to the area of Thorndike Street and Sciarappa Street after 6 p.m. Friday following reports of a stabbing.
A male victim had fled a residence after suffering non-life threatening injuries. He was transported to a local hospital for treatment, police said.
Tactical officers then responded to a Thorndike Street residence where they believed the suspect had barricaded himself with a firearm. The officers closed the streets in the immediate area and asked residents to avoid the area.
When officers entered the residence, however, they were unable to locate the suspect.