A man was arrested following the stabbing of a woman in Bellvue on Friday evening.

According to a news release, Evan Shockley, 22, was arrested for first degree assault and resisting arrest after he allegedly stabbed a woman in the area of Rist Canyon Road and LCR 23E.

The female victim had been stabbed in the neck and hands.

Following the incident, one witness held Shockley at gunpoint while on the phone with emergency dispatch operators. When Larimer County Sheriff's deputies arrived at approximately 8:57 p.m., Shockley failed to follow commands and became combative. He was tased and a physical struggle ensued before he was taken into custody.

Investigators learned that Shockley and the victim, who knew each other, had been traveling in a vehicle and began arguing. The victim was driving and pulled over to exit the vehicle and called 911. That's when Shockley attacked her with a knife.

The victim was taken to a nearby hospital with serious but non-life-threatening injuries. Shockley was also transported by ambulance to a hospital for minor injuries and was then booked into the Larimer County Jail.