A 21-year-old man stabbed during a road rage incident in Kenosha is said to be in stable condition after surgery.  The victim was driving to get some money from an A-T-M when he got into a dispute with the 53-year-old driver of another vehicle.  Police say the two men confronted each other in a convenience store parking lot and the younger man was stabbed in the stomach.  Police were able to use surveillance video to track the suspect down to his home and take him into custody.  He may face additional charges because police found a marijuana grow operation at his home.  No names have been released.