Daughter stabbed right in front of mother - Tucson News Now

Daughter stabbed right in front of mother

NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) -

An argument got way out of hand and ended in a woman being stabbed on the side of a busy Nashville road.

Metro police say the suspect, Ayan Yogol, was in an argument with the victim while the victim's mother was driving the two around. The victim reportedly told her mother to pull over because she was irate and needed to get out of the car. The mother pulled the car over at Lebanon Pike and Briley Parkway and the victim exited the car.  The suspect followed the victim and began and altercation.  The altercation lead to one person being stabbed twice on the side of the road.

Motorists were driving by and witnessed the altercation. Several people called 911 and police showed up and arrested Yogol. Police reports indicate that Yogol stabbed the victim twice during the argument.

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