Suspect in Sioux Falls Stabbing Arrested
A man who was wanted for questioning in connection with a stabbing in western Sioux Falls early Monday has been located and arrested.
Police officer Sam Clemens says 44-year-old Mitchell Ray Wynder of Sioux Falls was arrested around 9am Tuesday in the northeast area of the city by the Warrant Task Force and the US Marshal’s Service:
Clemens says Wynder is charged with two counts of aggravated assault. He says the incident began at a mobile home in the 800 block of North Teal Place, where Wynder’s former girlfriend lives with her adult daughter and the daughter’s boyfriend.
Clemens says Wynder had been staying there, but got angry when he heard a discussion among the others about getting him to leave. He says Wynder began arguing with the others and that led to the daughter’s boyfriend being stabbed.