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Affidavit: Nacogdoches man arrested on outstanding warrant involved in Denver stabbing

Ahmad Ahmad (Source: Nacogdoches County Jail) Ahmad Ahmad (Source: Nacogdoches County Jail)
Ali Mohamed (Source: Nacogdoches County Jail) Ali Mohamed (Source: Nacogdoches County Jail)
Abdullahi Ali (Source: KTRE Staff) Abdullahi Ali (Source: KTRE Staff)
DENVER, CO (KTRE) - According to an arrest affidavit, a 27-year-old Nacogdoches man who was arrested on an outstanding attempted murder warrant out of Denver on Wednesday and another man used pocket knives to stab a person 17 times on November 25.

Ahmad Abdinasir Ahmad, of Nacogdoches, is still being held in the Nacogdoches County Jail on the outstanding attempted murder warrant out of Denver. No bail has been set at this time.

The NPD officers and FBI agents arrested Ahmad at an apartment complex located at 3022 North Pecan Street Wednesday morning.

The law enforcement officers also arrested two other Nacogdoches men at the scene. Ali Abdulkadir Mohamed and Abdullahi Mohamed Ali, both 26, were arrested and charged with hindering the arrest or prosecution of a felon, which is a third-degree felony.

Mohamed and Ali's bail amounts were each set at $10,000.

According to the arrest affidavits for Mohamed and Ali, the officers who served the warrant asked if Ahmad was inside the residence and then showed them a picture. The two men allegedly denied that Ahmad was in the residence, and the law enforcement officers found the attempted murder suspect inside the apartment a short time later.According to the arrest affidavit, a Denver Police officer responded to the Medical Center of Aurora early the morning of Nov. 26 in reference to an assault victim who had walked in off the street. Ahmad told the officer that he and his friends had been assaulted.

Ahmad told the Denver PD officer that he met up with two other men late Wednesday night because he wanted them to give him a ride home. However, they drove around after he got into the vehicle, according to the affidavit.

According to the affidavit, Ahmad told the officer that he and the other two men stopped near a Conoco convenience store. In his initial story to the officer, he said one of his friends got out of the vehicle, and a group of unknown men started attacking his friend.

Ahmad allegedly told the officer that he got out of the vehicle and went to help his friend. He said he was immediately hit in the head with a bottle or a crowbar, and he “blacked out.”

When Ahmad woke up, he was back in the vehicle and was being driven to the hospital, according to the affidavit. Although he said the man driving the vehicle was his friend, he said he only knew him as “Naj.”

The affidavit stated that Ahmad told the Denver Police officer that while they were on their way to the hospital, he realized that his other friend, the man who had allegedly been “jumped” was “messed up and bleeding.” Ahmad also told officer that he could not identify any of the men who attacked him or his friend.

When the officer contacted the friend known as “Naj,” the man refused to talk, according to the affidavit. The officer allegedly noticed several cuts on the man's hands, and the man said he got them helping his friend.

At the time, the officer was unable to interview the third man because he was in surgery getting treated for multiple stab wounds.

Later that day, the case was assigned to a Denver PD detective, who interviewed the third man by phone because he was still in the intensive care unit at the hospital. The stabbing victim told the detective that he was at his cousin's house with “Naj” and an unknown man who was later identified as Ahmad.

According to the affidavit, the victim told the detective that he asked his cousin if they could borrow his car to go buy some “weed.” The victim told the detective that the three men were driving around when he and the unknown man got into an argument.

At that point, the unknown man pulled the vehicle over, and the argument allegedly continued outside. Then the unknown man tried to hit the victim, according to the affidavit. When the victim tried to hit the unknown man, “Naj” stabbed the victim with a pocketknife, according to the affidavit.

“Naj” allegedly kept stabbing the victim and told the unknown man to kick the victim in the head.

“[The victim] said the other male began stabbing him with a pocketknife,” the affidavit stated. “

Because the victim tried to block the knives, he suffered cuts to his arms and hands, the affidavit stated.

Eventually, the two men got back into the victim's cousin's car and left, the affidavit stated. The victim allegedly told the detective that he was stumbling away from the scene and trying to get help when the two men “came back to finish him off.”

However, the two men put the victim in the car and began arguing on where to dump his body, according to the affidavit.

According to the affidavit, the victim began begging for his life, stating that he wasn't going to be a “snitch.” He told the detective that he managed to talk the unknown man into taking him to the hospital.

The victim told the detective that he had been stabbed 17 times. According to the affidavit, the victim had stab wounds on his head, back, chest, stomach, and left thigh in addition to the defensive wounds on his arms and hands.

Denver Police officers located the man known as “Naj,” Najib Mahamoud, and arrested him. After further investigation, the detective was able to identify Ahmad as the unknown male the victim had talked about.

When the Denver PD detective checked Ahmad's arrest record, she found that he had been arrested in Minnesota for multiple charges including: assault, theft, trespassing, burglary, possession of a controlled substance, possession of a concealed weapon, disorderly conduct, false information, transferring a firearm to prohibited person without a background check, and assault with a dangerous weapon.

The law enforcement officers also arrested two other Nacogdoches men at the scene. Ali Abdulkadir Mohamed and Abdullahi Mohamed Ali, both 26, were arrested and charged with hindering the arrest or prosecution of a felon, which is a third-degree felony.

Mohamed and Ali's bail amounts were each set at $10,000.

According to the arrest affidavits for Mohamed and Ali, the officers who served the warrant asked if Ahmad was inside the residence and then showed them a picture. The two men allegedly denied that Ahmad was in the residence, and the law enforcement officers found the attempted murder suspect inside the apartment a short time later.

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