RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) — A large group of police gathered in downtown Raleigh after a man was stabbed Tuesday night.
The stabbing was reported just after 9:20 p.m. after a man got into a fight and was then stabbed at 201 Blount Street, police said.
Police arrested Cornelous Jammal Redmond, 22, in the incident and charged him with assault with a deadly weapon.
Part of Moore Square was blocked off by police after the stabbing. No one was immediately taken into custody, police said.
A CBS North Carolina photographer on the scene saw a large police presence at Moore Square, which is near where the stabbing call originated.
Most of the police activity was along Morgan Street between Blount Street and Person Street.
According to arrest warrants, Redmond attacked Anthony Brown with a pocket knife. According to records, was charged with assault-serious bodily injury in 2012, driving while impaired in 2012, a misdemeanor communicating threats in 2014, a felony breaking or entering a motor vehicle in 2014, common law robbery in 2015 and misdemeanor disorderly conduct by fighting in 2015,