A case of road rage almost turns deadly with a parking lot stabbing.
A 53-year-old man is in custody after allegedly stabbing a driver in Kenosha.
The fit of rage suddenly turned violent after a traffic dispute according to police.
The road rage attack went down in the busy PDQ parking lot near the intersection of 80th Street and 39th Avenue. Police say the 21-year-old victim was stabbed in the stomach area.
Tasha Bell told TODAY'S TMJ4 her son Daquane Price’s life was almost taken away.
“To almost lose my son, I don’t know, I don’t wish this on anybody. Nobody at all,” Bell said. “Senseless road rage.”
Bell says her son was just driving to the gas station to go to the ATM, however on his way to the store he got into a traffic dispute with the 53-year-old man.
Shortly after Kenosha police say the two men confronted each other in this parking lot and things got physical. Price was allegedly stabbed and the suspect then fled the scene.
“You try to hurt somebody and then you leave that’s like really bad, senseless,” Bell said.
A PDQ employee said off camera that police were able to get surveillance of the suspect's vehicle. Police were able to track him down at his home where he was arrested.
As for Price, he was taken to the hospital for surgery and is now in stable condition.
“I’m just asking everybody to continue to pray for him that he makes a speedy recovery and that he be OK,” Bell said.
The suspect was arrested for endangering safety but he also may be in trouble for drugs.
Police found a marijuana growing operation at his home. We’ll be staying on top of this story to keep you updated.