Two of the three men wanted by police in the stabbing of Boston Celtics star Paul Pierce surrendered Wednesday night.
Tony McCrary, 31, also known as Tony Hurston, and Trevor Watson, 34, appeared at a Boston police station at 7:30 p.m. with their lawyers. They are to be arraigned this morning.
Pierce, stabbed multiple times at a night club early Monday, was listed in good condition Wednesday at New England Medical Center as he recovered from wounds to his face, neck and back. He could be released as early as Friday.
A warrant had been issued for Hurston, Watson and William Ragland, 28, charging all three with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.