A Chicago man allegedly stabbed a co-worker in a Coca-Cola Bottling Company building where they worked on Saturday.
Treyvon King, 28, is charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in connection with the incident, the Niles Police Department said.
Officers responded to the stabbing around 12:15 am Investigators said two co-workers, King and a 42-year-old man, got into a physical altercation in the company parking lot.
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King allegedly used a “Karambit” knife, which is a self-defense knife with a curved blade, to stab the victim multiple times. He had stab wounds to his hand, forehead, arm and shoulder, police said.
King was arrested at the scene. The victim was taken to a nearby fire station where he was treated before being transported to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries to him.
King is being held in a Cook County jail. He is expected to appear in court on Tuesday.
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