One person is in custody after an altercation in downtown Oklahoma City that ended with a man and his dog being stabbed, Sunday afternoon.
It happened outside of a home in the 2300 block of W. Sheridan Rd. and S. Tuttle St.
Police say that an argument broke out between two men, when one pulled a knife and stabbed the other in the lower abdomen. The suspect then stabbed the victim's dog.
Authorities have not identified the suspect or the victim.
The victim was transported from the scene via ambulance. He is in good condition and was able to talk with police before being taken to the hospital. The dog is also in good condition.
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