Police say a Lincoln man is facing attempted first degree murder charges for stabbing his ex-girlfriend.
According to Captain Michon Morrow, officers were called to an apartment about 10:15 p.m. Tuesday, at 1322 S. 14th Street.
Morrow says 23-year-old Kaw Say stabbed the 21-year-old victim at her home.
Neighbor Roxxane Green says she was home at the time of the stabbing and witnessed the victim's pleas for help following the stabbing.
"Two ladies came home and they came out shortly after a few minutes screaming and running down the street that, 'he was in the house, he was in the house.' The lady came out and she laid on the ground, obviously she was injured," Green said.
Morrow says the victim has multiple stab wounds to her stomach and arms. Police say both were transported to the hospital.
Police say the woman underwent surgery and her injuries are not life threatening.
There has been no information released about Say's injuries.