North Mankato Man Charged With Assault Following Alleged Knife Threat
A North Mankato man is charged after allegedly threatening people at a bar with a knife.
Mankato Public Safety responded to a report of a man with a knife trying to stab people at a bar in downtown Mankato around 1 a.m. Sunday morning.
Authorities took 26–year–old Mowlid Ahmed into custody after finding a knife in his pocket.
Ahmed allegedly denied pulling the knife out and told police he was assaulted.
He tested a preliminary breath test of .225 following the incident.
Two men allege Ahmed pulled a knife and waved it at them near another business earlier that night.
Ahmed is charged with one felony count of second degree assault with a dangerous weapon.