Men arraigned in connection to Milford stabbing

Editor's note: All charges against Yener Deleon have since been dismissed.

Three men were arraigned in Milford District Court Monday on charges connected to a Sunday morning stabbing on Winter Street.Boris Argueta, 27, of 39 Winter St. in Milford, was charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, disturbing the peace, disorderly conduct and affray, and was ordered held on $500 cash bail.Uber Maldonado, 39, also of 39 Winter St., and Yener Deleon, 26, of 5 Sheridan St. Fitchburg, were each charged with disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace and affray, and released on personal recognizance.The men all pleaded not guilty to the charges.Police said they received a call for assistance from a Hopedale officer working a detail at Tedeschi's on Main Street. The officer said he was attempting to break up a fight between the three males and the alleged victim.Police said they arrived on the scene to find Argueta and the alleged victim pushing each other. The Hopedale officer used his pepper spray, and the men were separated.Upon being interviewed, the alleged victim told police that Argueta had punched him.Officers said they noticed that Deleon had his hands behind his back, and that he returned them there after being ordered to show his hands. Police said they searched him, and found a knife in his right rear pocket.Police said the alleged victim's cousin had arrived, and that he yelled for someone to call an ambulance. According to the officers, there was a large amount of blood on the man's abdomen.The man was then taken to UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester. Police did not give an estimation as to the severity of his injuries, but did note that he was in surgery when the affidavit was being written.Argueta, Deleon and Maldonado are scheduled to return to court on Oct. 18.

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