■ DEADLY FIGHT An apparent fight between two neighbors in Dorchester Thursday morning has left one man dead from stab wounds and another wounded, Boston police said. Officers, responding to a call, found two people with stab wounds at 50 Bradshaw St., department spokeswoman Maisha Miraj said. “They were fighting each other; it appears that they may have been neighbors,” Boston police spokeswoman Rachel McGuire said. One of the victims was taken to Tufts Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead. The other victim was taken to Boston Medical Center.
■ CAPTURED A hit-and-run driver on Interstate 93 was stopped after an “erratic” pursuit down the highway from Boston to a Quincy exit Thursday morning, State Police said. The hit-and-run occurred on I-93 south around 6:15 a.m. Thursday, “roughly in area where the HOV starts” in Dorchester, State Police spokesman Dave Procopio said in an e-mail. The driver, operating a white Chevrolet Camaro, struck another vehicle on the highway and continued south. The collision did not result in any injuries, Procopio said. The driver then struck a guard rail at Exit 9, and a State Police detail trooper was able to get behind the Camaro. The pursuit continued south on the highway while the suspect drove in a “highly erratic” manner, Procopio said, with speeds between 30 and 70 miles per hour. The driver was stopped at Exit 5A in Quincy, and was taken to a hospital. Procopio said the driver was “believed to be impaired.”
■ MAN ARRESTED A Nashua man was arrested Thursday after he was accused of sexual assault, impersonating a law enforcement officer, and pointing a gun at someone. Michael Graham, 24, is facing multiple charges and was held on $100,000 cash bail pending his arraignment in Hillsborough County Superior Court, according to a press release from the Nashua Police Department. Police said a woman was sexually assaulted at Graham’s home on the evening of Sept. 18. She called her friend to pick her up, and when he arrived Graham opened his door and allegedly pointed a handgun at him, verbally identified himself as a law enforcement officer, and told the man to leave, according to the press release. Nashua police said during the investigation Graham referred to himself as being a Homeland Security law enforcement officer. Detectives determined he instead works as an armed security guard for a private company, according to the press release.