PROVIDENCE -- The Providence police have arrested a seventh suspect following the stabbing and beating death last month of a North Providence man on Federal Hill.

Anthony Elderkin, 28, was charged with felony assault and arraigned Thursday in District Court, Providence. He's accused of assaulting Stephen Cabral, according to court papers.

Cabral, 28, was beaten and stabbed to death by a group of people on June 30, according to the Providence police. Police said everyone involved in the altercation that led to Cabral’s death had been at Club Seven on Spruce Street. The altercation ended up in the Walgreens parking lot on Atwells Avenue.

Unlike the other six suspects charged, Elderkin is not charged with murder.

Bail was set for Elderkin at $40,000 with surety, meaning he can post the full amount in property or 10 percent in cash. No address was listed for Elderkin in court papers.

Like everyone else involved in the case so far, Elderkin has a criminal record. He was charged with felony domestic assault with a firearm in 2011; he pleaded no contest to an amended charge a year later. He was also charged with first-degree robbery in 2013; the resolution of that case is unclear.