TIPPECANOE COUNTY, Ind. (WLFI) - A Lafayette man faces battery and criminal recklessness charges after a dispute over a moped.
According to prosecutors, Elias Zamot stabbed another man over a stolen moped.
Zamot met with the owner of the moped after a mutual acquaintance saw Zamot riding it and told the owner. Zamot offered to pay for damage to the moped by trading a T.V., that's when Zamot pulled a knife and stabbed the owner of the moped twice.
The owner was treated for two stab wounds at St. Elizabeth East Hospital.
Zamot admitted to stabbing the man and throwing the knife away.
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