Packers Fan Stabs Man Outside Pizza Parlor

October 9th, 2009 by

Hinderaker turned self in after postgame stabbing

Published : Thursday, 08 Oct 2009, 11:42 AM CDT

MINNEAPOLIS - A Green Bay Packers fan has been charged with assault in the stabbing of another man outside the Leaning Tower of Pizza on Lyndale Avenue in Minneapolis.

Minneapolis restaurant Monday after the two argued over the game in which the Packers lost to the Minnesota Vikings, authorities said.

According to the criminal complaint, Ryan Hinderaker, 30, was arguing with a 41-year-old man over the Packers-Vikings game. Police said Hinderaker, wearing a Packers t-shirt, stepped outside and was followed by the man he was arguing over the game with.

Hinderaker then pulled a knife out of his right pants pocket and stabbed the man in the stomach. The man was taken to Hennepin County Medicals Center, where he underwent surgery for his injury.

Hinderaker called 911 after the incident and turned himself in to Minneapolis police. Hinderaker has been charged with second-degree assault.



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