A suspect jailed in connection with the Friday night stabbing of a teenager at Shawnee's Walmart made an initial court appearance Monday as Shawnee police also released the injured teen's name.

A suspect jailed in connection with the Friday night stabbing of a teenager at Shawnee's Walmart made an initial court appearance Monday as Shawnee police also released the injured teen's name.

A $20,000 bond was set for Roy Dean Harjo, 57, who remains jailed on a complaint of assault and battery with a deadly weapon. Formal charges have not been filed.

He was arrested in the stabbing of Dillion Burge, 17.

Shawnee police responded to Walmart about 11:30 p.m. Friday.

Harjo was identified as the suspect by several witnesses. Police said the suspect was seen yelling and hitting a woman, Shawnee police reported, and Burge reportedly approached the suspect and the female in an attempt to stop him from assaulting her.

The suspect pulled out a knife and approached Burge, stabbing him several times, SPD reports. Burge was taken by REACT EMS to an Oklahoma City hospital, where he has undergone surgery and remains hospitalized. Police did recover a knife at the scene.

This case isn't Harjo's first arrest. According to Oklahoma court records, Harjo has several previous felony convictions, including several in Seminole County, including one for assault and battery with a deadly weapon. The Department of Corrections shows he has been in and out of prison since 1994. He was last released in 2009 after serving time for assault and battery on a police officer in Muskogee County. He has similar prior convictions in Pontotoc County.

A GoFundMe page has been set up to help Dillion and his family: https://www.gofundme.com/support-for-dillion.

Case reports are being turned over to the district attorney's office for consideration of formal charges.

Watch for updates.