Hung Nguyen, 32, of Dorchester, Massachusetts, was arraigned on Friday in Dorchester District Court and charged with stabbing three other men during a fight on Thursday night.
According to the Boston Police Department, the incident occurred at the Saigon Seafood Restaurant in Dorchester. When they arrived on-scene, Boston Police officers said they encountered a melee involving a large group of individuals; and they were advised that there were multiple knives involves. Once the scene was made under control, Boston Police Officers report that several witnesses identified Hung Nguyen as the person who stabbed the 3 men.
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