Amazon delivery driver ‘STABS motorist in the back during wild brawl after being asked to move his truck’

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AN Amazon delivery driver has stabbed a Brooklyn motorist who asked him to move his double-parked truck according to police reports.

Lancelot Forrester, 26, had just finished a delivery near the corner of Ainslie St. and Bushwick Ave. in East Williamsburg around 6 p.m. on Friday when the 47-year-old motorist demanded he move his Amazon truck.

Witnesses say the pair started arguing, which led to a full on brawl

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Witnesses say the pair started arguing, which led to a full on brawlCredit: Getty Images - Getty

The pair started arguing, which led to a physical altercation prompting Forrester to pull a knife, before he jammed it into the victims upper back.

Witnesses told police of the events after medica took the victim to Woodhull Medical center with a minor injury.

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Forrester was charged with assault and criminal possession of a weapon.

His arraignment is pending, where he’s due to appear on Saturday.

Sources say that the police are trying to determine whether assault charges should also be filed against the victim.

The police may charge the victim with assault charges according to sources

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The police may charge the victim with assault charges according to sourcesCredit: Getty Images - Getty

Forrester is due to be arraigned on Sunday

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Forrester is due to be arraigned on SundayCredit: Alamy

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