(KRON) — One person was hospitalized after the report of a stabbing outside the Concord BART station on Monday, according to the BART Police Department.

The stabbing happened at 7 p.m. after two men got into an argument in the buz zone area outside the Concord station, police said. A BART Crisis Intervention Specialist at the station was able to find the stabbing victim.

Witnesses at the scene pointed out the suspect to BART officers, identified as Michael Reese, 70, of Castro Valley. BART police took Reese into custody and he was booked into jail.

The victim was in stable condition as of Tuesday, police said.

Trains did not stop at the Concord station for about 10 minutes due to the incident.