An Ann Arbor teen is in critical condition after a fight that broke out near the intersection of South University and East University early Saturday morning.
Ann Arbor Detective Dave Monroe told AnnArbor.com in a Sept. 6 story that the confrontation began when 21-year-old Mark Allen Davis, a resident of Ann Arbor, bumped into the unnamed victim.
Monroe said the incident escalated into a fight when Davis allegedly pulled out a 3.5 inch blade, stabbing the victim in the chest and arm.
The fight continued as others joined in, and only after the two groups went their separate ways did the victim notice he was bleeding, Ann Arbor Police Sgt. Paul Curtis told AnnArbor.com.
Both Davis and the victim, 18, were not University students, and do not appear to have known each other, according to a Sept. 6 Detroit Free Press story.
Davis was arrested as a suspect when a witness recognized him in a group, and was arraigned on Sunday on charges of assault with intent to do great bodily harm less than murder and assault with a dangerous weapon, AnnArbor.com reported.
The magistrate set Davis’ bond at 10 percent of $15,000 Sunday, with a preliminary hearing scheduled for September 16, AnnArbor.com reported.