TAUNTON (CBS) – Police arrested a Bridgewater resident after they say he stabbed another man during a fight outside a Taunton gas station and drove off with his car.

Ryan O’Day, 29, is charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, carjacking, and assault and battery. He pleaded not guilty but was held without bail.

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It happened around 10 p.m. on Sunday at Sunoco Gas Station on Broadway.

Ryan O’Day appeared in court Monday (WBZ-TV)

“The man who had been stabbed said to the police, ‘that’s the guy who stole my car, he did it,'” a prosecutor said at O’Day’s arraignment Monday. “When the police came they saw that this defendant had an empty knife holder on him and also blood on his hands.”

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The scene of a Taunton carjacking. (WBZ-TV)

A 53-year-old  Taunton man suffered non-life threatening injuries when he was stabbed multiple times. The man was taken to Good Samaritan Hospital in Brockton for treatment.

Police say the incident started with a verbal dispute and escalated as O’Day allegedly dragged the victim out of his Audi and drove away in it.

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O’Day then returned to explain his side of the story to police and he was arrested.