(MANKATO, Minn) – A Mankato man is in custody after allegedly stabbing someone after they shared an Uber.
Charges against Mowlid Abdi Ahmed include two felony counts of second–degree assault with a dangerous weapon.
According to the criminal complaint, Ahmed was taking an Uber home from a bar in Mankato when he attempted to start a fight with the victim over a relationship with a woman.
The driver told authorities that he had seen the two fighting on the ground before the victim informed him that he had been stabbed.
The victim was taken to the emergency room and was later unable to communicate with authorities due to being heavily sedated.
Ahmed could serve up to 29 years in prison if convicted.