ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Albuquerque police say an argument over a poker game led to a man being stabbed.
Cops say Lewis Maxwell, 35, and his cousin, Stephen Steward, 42, got into an argument over Maxwell's 14-year-old son winning a poker game during a house party on Taurus NW near Shooting Star.
Steward demanded that Maxwell and his wife give him a ride home.
As they were driving police say Steward became belligerent and punched Maxwell's wife.
Maxwell then pulled into a gas station at Golf Course and Paradise and the two got into a fight.
Police say it ended when Maxwell produced a knife and stabbed Steward in the face and abdomen.
Maxwell and his wife then left and returned to their home.
Steward was taken to the hospital in serious condition.
Maxwell is charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon.
Steward is expected to be charged with battery when he's released from the hospital.
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