MANCHESTER, NH – Manchester Police were called to the area of Somerville Street and Wilson Street around 2:20 p.m. on June 13 after a woman called stating her son had been stabbed. Officer Thomas Dubois was waved down by a female operating a black sports utility vehicle. He spoke with the passenger, Levi Alvarez, 18, of Manchester, who was a passenger in the vehicle.
The officer noted a superficial stab wound on Alverez’s stomach, so he was transported to an area hospital and treated for his non-life-threatening injury. The officers learned Alvarez was engaged in a domestic-related incident with his 17 year-old girlfriend prior to the stabbing, which occurred in their Clay Street apartment moments before the officer spoke with him.
The investigation revealed Alvarez allegedly assaulted his girlfriend, which prompted the stabbing. A relative of the girlfriend, identified by police as Michael Call, 19, of Manchester, allegedly arrived at her Clay Street apartment and stabbed Alvarez before fleeing the area.
Alvarez was arrested and charged with simple assault and criminal threatening. He is scheduled to appear in Hillsborough County Superior Court-North on June 14, 2018.
In addition, Detective Daniel Whelan completed an arrest warrant for second-degree assault for Call, who allegedly stabbed Alvarez in retaliation for the alleged assault of his relative.
Call remains at large and is wanted by police. If you know his whereabouts, please contact the Manchester Police Department at 603-668-8711, or make an anonymous tip via ManchesterCrimeLine.