Lone Star College stabbing suspect charged
- Dylan Andrew Quick was charged late Tuesday with three counts of aggravated assault for a series of stabbings that injured 14 at Lone Star College's Cy-Fair branch earlier that morning.
- The 20-year-old moved between two campus buildings with a small knife during the stabbing spree before being tackled by another student, and allegedly told another student being detained by police that he was trying to go on a killing spree.
- A separate Lone Star College was the site of a January 22 shooting, sparked by two men accidentally bumping into one another, that injured four.
From the article:
... A former Lone Star student who also had been detained Tuesday morning by campus police was in the holding area when Quick was initially detained. Demond Lago, who had been accused of trespassing on school property, said Quick confirmed to him that he had attacked his unsuspecting fellow students, each of whom suffered knife wounds to the throat and head. ...
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