Fall River man faces assault charges

By Josh Faiola

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FALL RIVER, MASS (WLNE) – A Fall River man is facing multiple charges including assault after allegedly pulling knives on patrons in a gas station on Friday, February 7.

According to police, officers arrived at the H&B Gas on Robeson street at 6:30 PM for an assault complaint. 

Police say 41-year-old Mark Wilson had brandished 2 knives on the complainants, a 19-year-old Fall River male, and a 22-year-old Fall River female. 

Officers responded to Wilson’s address and executed a search warrant and found the knives involved in the incident, as well as a firearm, ammunition and 83 marijuana plants. 


 Wilson was taken into custody. 

The charges are as follows: 
1. Possession of a Firearm without F.I.D
2. Possession of Ammunition without F.I.D 
3. Possession of 12 of more Marijuana Plants
4. Fire violation with 2 prior crimes
5. 2 counts of Assault with a Deadly Weapon 

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