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Paul Arsenault

By Paul Crocetti/Daily News staff
MetroWest Daily News
Posted Nov 08, 2008 @ 12:53 AM

Police have named a suspect in the stabbing outside The Lazy Dog restaurant last weekend.
Paul Arsenault is wanted for assault with intent to kill, said Detective- Lt. Robert Jusseaume.
Arsenault's last known address is in Maynard and he is believed to be in his early- to mid-20s, Jusseaume said.
Arsenault, who is also known as Kurt, is listed as having a medium build, light complexion and medium height on the Massachusetts Most Wanted Web site.
About 2:05 a.m. on Saturday, Arsenault stabbed someone in the stomach, causing serious injuries, police said. The victim was taken to UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester and is now out of the hospital, Jusseaume said.
Several people identified Arsenault, Jusseaume said.
Anyone with information about Arsenault can call Marlborough police detectives at 508-624-6956 or the department at 508-485-1212, extension 6955.
The incident outside The Lazy Dog took place a few minutes after two people were stabbed outside the McDonald's on Rte. 85.
The dangerousness hearing yesterday for the 31-year-old Westborough man arrested for allegedly stabbing two people outside the McDonald's was continued to Wednesday.
Roberto Rivera, of 1 Park St., was arrested Monday after an investigation.
Rivera was assigned an attorney too late to have the hearing, officials said.
Rivera, who is also listed as Roberto Rivera-Lopez, was charged with two counts of assault to murder, two counts of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, a knife, two counts of assault and battery and one count of assault with a dangerous weapon.
Police do not believe the stabbings are related.

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Man accused in Marlborough stabbing free on bail

Allan Jung/Daily News staff
Paul Arsenault, charged in a stabbing at the Lazy Dog in Marlborough, appeared in Marlborough District Court Friday for a detention hearing.

Abby Jordan/Daily News staffMetroWest Daily News
Posted Nov 29, 2008 @ 12:28 AM


A man suspected in a Nov. 1 stabbing outside The Lazy Dog pub has been released on bail following a detention hearing in Marlborough District Court yesterday morning.
Paul K. Arsenault, 21, of 25 Loring St., Maynard, was released on $350 cash bail on the condition that he stay away from the victim and any witnesses, and not go to Marlborough except for court.
Judge Paul McGill also ordered Arsenault to seek and maintain employment or an education program, remain in daily phone contact with the probation office, go to the probation office weekly and refrain from drugs or excessive alcohol use.
Prosectors say Arsenault stabbed a man in the stomach outside The Lazy Dog around 2 a.m. on Nov. 1 after an argument involving a female who called the victim's girlfriend a vulgar name.
During the argument, a man reached around the victim and stabbed him on the right side of his abdomen, police said.
The victim reported the incident at Marlborough Hospital to a police officer there investigating an unrelated stabbing.
Police said a warrant for Arsenault's arrest was issued, but he could not be found. Police were told he did not live at that address in Maynard any longer.
Arsenault was arrested at the Southborough commuter rail station Nov. 23 at 12:50 a.m. after seeing his name on the Massachusetts Most Wanted Web site and turning himself in, police said.
Joe Shields, Arsenault's lawyer, said Arsenault is a rap artist who goes by the name Paul Karsen of the group, Pen Pushas.
Shields said Arsenault was in Boston when he Googled his name and found it on the most-wanted list. He took the train to Southborough, and called Marlborough police when he arrived.
Prosecutor Erin Bell said Arsenault's lack of ties to the community make him a flight risk, and he should be denied bail. His parents live in Canada and Florida, she said.
"This is an individual who has not worked in weeks," she said. "He has no ties to the community - nothing to keep him in Marlborough. He is an individual who is dangerous."
Arsenault's lawyer, Joe Shields, said Arsenault should be released on bail because he called police to turn himself in after seeing his name on the most-wanted Web site.
"While he's standing there waiting, does he run? Does he call a cab?" Shields said. "No, he waits for police. He didn't run."
Arsenault returns to court Dec. 22 for a probable cause hearing.
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