BOURNE — Bourne Police have arrested the suspect in a stabbing that saw a man taken to the hospital via medflight on Monday evening.

Officers responded to Clover Paving Co. at 584 MacArthur Blvd. at around 5:45 p.m. Monday for a reported stabbing.

Once on scene, they found the 32-year-old victim with multiple stab wounds to his back and right thigh.

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The officers — with help from a civilian — gave first aid and used QuikClot hemostatic agent to slow the bleeding, which the department noted was "significant."

Police said Cory James Johnson, 30, of East Falmouth was identified as the suspect involved in the stabbing following an investigation.

Both men were employees of Clover Paving, and according to police had been involved in a verbal and physical fight that ended with Johnson allegedly stabbing the victim twice.

Johnson was found and arrested in Falmouth and charged with assault to murder, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, and assault and battery.
As of this morning, the victim is still in critical condition, the department stated.

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