Arrest made after Loudon Road stabbing

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Ndayishimiye CONCORD POLICE DEPARTMENT—Courtesy

By CATHERINE McLAUGHLIN

Monitor staff

Published: 07-05-2024 1:51 PM

Concord Police arrested a man they say was responsible for a stabbing at an apartment complex on Loudon Road this week. 

Adolphe Ndayishimiye, 24, faces four felony charges: first and second degree assault, criminal threatening and falsifying physical evidence. He was held on preventative detention and set to be arraigned Friday.

Concord Police said they responded to a reported stabbing just after midnight Tuesday morning and that a male with non-life threatening stab wounds to his face and forearm was transported to Concord Hospital. Ndayishimiye, a Concord resident, was arrested Wednesday.

The investigation into the incident is ongoing. 

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