MERCER, Pa. (KDKA) — A 21-year-old was stabbed after agreeing over text to meet and fight another man in-person as part of an ongoing dispute.

Rodger Bone, 21, from Shelocta, was in a feud with another 21-year-old, Garrett Arnold of Greenville. They met on the 100 block of Beatty School Road in Perry Township to fight on Saturday around 1 a.m. Their friends were also present to witness the fight.

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Arnold stabbed Bone repeatedly in the back with a knife. Arnold and his crew fled the scene while Bone’s friends transported Bone to UPMC Horizon – Greenville Hospital.

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Bone was treated at the hospital and since been released.

Arnold is being charged with aggravated assault, simple assault and recklessly endangering another person.

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While Arnold also received minor injuries during the fight, he is now in custody at the Mercer County Jail awaiting arraignment.