Chilling New Details Discovered About Restaurant Stabbing Suspect

A person was arrested last month for allegedly assaulting a member of their own family. A man was stabbed through a McDonald’s drive-through window, and a lady was stabbed inside the restaurant later that day.

Another incident that happened that day at the Plymouth McDonald’s included four females, the ages of whom ranged from nine to seventeen, who were assaulted in a Braintree movie theater about an hour prior to the incident. The Massachusetts police have not yet determined a motive for the stabbings. The Plymouth County DA has apprehended 26-year-old Jared Ravizza following a spate of stabbings on the South Shore.

The Braintree police have stated that it “appears as though” the movies and McDonald’s attacks are connected. The presence or absence of an attorney for Ravizza was unclear on Monday, but his court appearance is scheduled for Tuesday. According to documents at Edgartown District Court, Ravizza was arrested on Martha’s Vineyard last month on charges of battery of a relative and vandalism. The matter has not been decided, according to the records.

At about 6 p.m. on Saturday, a shooting occurred at an AMC cinema in Braintree. Officials from Braintree said that the girls were sent to hospitals in Boston due to injuries that were not considered life-threatening. According to a CNN interview with an AMC employee, the cinema went into lockdown mode soon after the event. The culprit got out of the cinema in a black SUV, and the investigators were able to get the license plate from the camera. Plymouth, located around 25 miles southeast of Braintree, was the scene of a similar attack with a vehicle that matched the description, according to authorities.

The stabbings at the movie theater occurred approximately one hour after the stabbings at the Plymouth McDonald’s, when a woman, 21, and a man, 29, were both knifed.

According to authorities, Ravizza’s black Porsche Macan SUV was the one that he arrived at the Plymouth McDonald’s. The surveillance film from McDonald’s seems to capture Ravizza grabbing a considerable knife and stabbing the male victim through the drive-through window. 

Following this, the perpetrator is shown on camera pulling into the restaurant, where he stabs a female victim before quickly getting back in his car and driving away. According to authorities, both victims of the McDonald’s attack were sent to hospitals with injuries that were not considered life-threatening.