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Victim says brother stabbed him over a bicycle

FARGO, N.D. (Valley News Live) – Just after 7:00 Sunday morning, Fargo Police were called to the area of 11th St. S. and 8th Ave. S. for a report of a stabbing.

Officers say they found the stabbing victim at nearby St. Anthony’s Church with a significant amount of blood on him and holding a cloth to his neck. Through further investigation, it was determined that the stabbing may have happened at 809 10th St. S. in Fargo. The man was taken to Sanford hospital for emergency surgery and officials are not sure if he will make a full recovery.

That following Monday, police continued their investigation by interviewing the victim’s brother, Abdisamad Said Muse. Court documents say Muse had been interviewed several times the day prior, and claimed that an incident did happen in a particular bedroom that caused the victim to run away. Muse then told police that a red box cutter was used in the incident and that police would find his DNA on the cutter only because he moved it after the incident happened.

Court documents say Muse originally claimed that he didn’t know what happened, but then later admitted to stabbing the victim in the throat area. Muse told police that a bicycle the victim was trying to take is was started the fight between the two.

Muse was arrested for Aggravated Assault and is currently in the Cass County Jail.

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