A man was injured Sunday afternoon as a result of a disturbance in Fargo.
Fargo Police were dispatched to the 1600 block of Dakota Drive North at 2:51 p.m. Sunday afternoon, for a report of a disturbance.
According to a release from the Fargo Police Department, officers arrived on scene and located one adult male and one adult female. They were outside near the garages, and authorities were able to confirm that they were involved in the disturbances.
Fargo Police says the two previously knew each other through acquaintances.
The male had a small sized puncture wound to his right hip, believed to be caused by a pocket knife, which had been recovered on scene. He was treated and released by FM Ambulance on scene.
There was a vehicle parked in front of the garage with a smashed rear window. It is believed that the window was damaged during the disturbance.
No identities have been released, nor have any arrests been made as of Sunday evening. The incident is under investigation.