Police arrest 4 men for MBTA station assault

A victim was "viciously beat" at the North Quincy MBTA station, authorities said.

Transit Police want to question these men regarding an aggravated assault and battery at the North Quincy MBTA Station on May 10.
Transit police want to question these men regarding an aggravated assault and battery at the North Quincy MBTA station on May 10. –MBTA Transit Police

Transit police arrested four men in connection to an assault at the MBTA’s North Quincy Station last week that authorities say left a victim with an injured face.

The charges, announced Wednesday, come two days after police released surveillance photos of five men wanted for questioning regarding the alleged attack early on May 10.

Through the tips investigators received, four men brought themselves before police and were arrested, authorities said in a statement.

They are Stiles Bezema, 21, of Wrentham; Antonio Green, 31, of Feeding Hills; John Pritoni, 29, of Norfolk; and Thomas Pritoni, 23, of Norfolk, according to police. All were charged with aggravated assault and battery resulting in serious injuries, officials said.

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Officials did not specify the identity of the fifth man.

On Monday, police released a statement asking for the public’s help identifying the five men, several of whom can be seen wearing Boston Bruins garb in photos provided by officials.

The hockey fans “viciously beat” their victim, who suffered “facial fractures,” according to the statement.