The man suspected of stabbing a person during an argument over a bicycle light in October was arrested early Sunday morning.
Kennewick police arrested Robert Silvio Agli, 38, Kennewick, on Highway 240, near Edison Street, for second-degree assault and multiple felony warrants. Police claim he was taken into custody without a struggle.
Agli is accused of stabbing a man and seriously injuring the victim on Oct. 8. Police have been searching for him since the attack. He was a passenger in a car the Criminal Apprehension Team detectives stopped.
Prior to the stabbing, Agli pleaded guilty to federal charges in 2010 concerning counterfeiting money. He was sentenced to serve more than two years in prison.
His criminal history includes 18 convictions of assault, bail jumping, lewd conduct, criminal trespassing, resisting arrest, unlawful firearm possession, attempting to elude police and hit-and-run, according to court records.