MOULTRIE — A Moultrie man was cut with a knife during an argument after his truck stalled Tuesday afternoon.

Walter Hall told a Moultrie police officer he was leaving the convenience store near Regency Village Drive about 3:40 p.m. Tuesday when his truck stalled. He was able to get his truck to Sanderson Farms on Highway 133 South by driving in first gear.

As he got into Highway 133 South, Hall stated he pulled out in front of a black sedan, possibly a Nissan Altima. The unknown black male driving the car followed Hall to Sanderson Farms, blocking his car in and accusing Hall of cutting him off.

The man then got out of his car, approached Hall and became very irate. He pulled a knife out of his pocket and got closer to Hall, who grabbed a stick out of his truck, swinging it at the other man to protect himself.

Hall said he tried to knock the knife out of the man’s hand, but the stick slid out of his hands. The man cut Hall on the left shoulder with the knife then got back into the black car and fled the scene.

Two witnesses stated that Hall was cut during an altercation with the unknown man.

Hall was taken to Colquitt Regional Medical Center for treatment, and a hospital spokesperson said he was treated for his injury and released Tuesday.

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