29-year-old Red Deer man charged in Sunday stabbing incident

A Red Deer man was taken to hospital on Sunday afternoon after he was stabbed during a fight.

A Red Deer man was taken to hospital on Sunday afternoon after he was stabbed during a fight.

Police have arrested a 29-year-old Red Deer man and charged him with assault with a weapon after an incident at about 1:40 p.m. at 54th Street and 60th Avenue

Red Deer RCMP were called after a fight broke out between the two men across the street from a pub in an open area green space.

According to police, one man was stabbed behind the ear with broken glass. The fight then moved across the street to the parking lot.

Both men were taken to Red Deer hospital with minor injuries, after which the suspect was taken into police custody.

The victim has been released from hospital.

Keith Andrew Pratt appeared in Red Deer provincial court on Monday morning. His next court day has not been set yet.

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