FARGO — A man was stabbed as the result of a domestic disturbance at about 3 p.m. Thursday, July 4, Fargo police said.
Police arrived at the 1600 block of Dakota Drive North to find a man and woman outside a row of garages, according to a Facebook post from the Fargo Police Department.
The man had a small puncture wound in his right hip, possibly caused by a pocket knife that was found at the scene. He was treated onsite by FM Ambulance and released, police said.
Police also found a car in front of the garages with its back window smashed in.
The relationship between the man and woman is unclear. The investigation is ongoing, and no arrests have been made at this time.