Robbinsdale man charged with assault following altercation at pro-Trump rally in Washington D.C.

A Robbinsdale man has been charged following an altercation at a pro-Trump rally in Washington D.C. Saturday.

According to the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police, 39-year-old Corey Nielsen of Robbinsdale was arrested on Sunday and charged with simple assault.

The charge is related to an assault with a dangerous weapon that occurred on Saturday in the 500 block of 11th St. NW. in Washington D.C.

At around 9 p.m. Saturday, the suspect(s) and victims engaged in an argument. A suspect then brandished a knife and stabbed four victims. A 29-year-old Washington D.C. resident identified as Phillip Johnson was arrested and charged with assault with a dangerous weapon. Nielsen allegedly took part in the assault as well.

Police are still looking for other suspects who were involved in the attack.