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Suspect in Everett High football player's stabbing arrested

A 19-year-old from Everett faces attempted murder charges.

Marvens Fedna, right, was stabbed the night of a playoff game against St. John's PrepMARK LORENZ/BOSTON GLOBE

An arrest has been made in connection to the Halloween stabbing of an Everett High School quarterback.

Police on Wednesday arrested 19-year-old Osmin Murcia of Everett without incident, Everett Police said in a statement.

Police believe Murcia stabbed Marvens Fedna, 16, in the early hours of Nov. 1 after Fedna’s team’s playoff victory. Fedna had been walking home from a party when he was stabbed in the back and hand at the corner of Broadway and Chestnut Street, according to police.

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Murcia was held without bail in Malden District Court pending a dangerous hearing scheduled for Dec. 4, the Boston Globe reported.

The arrest came after an “intense and detailed” investigation, Everett Police Chief Steven Mazzie said in a statement.

“Hopefully this brings some closure to all involved,” Mazzie said.

 

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