Lone Star College
Dylan Quick, the 20-year-old accused in the mass stabbing at Lone Star College, had fantasies to stab and kill a large number of people as far back as elementary school. Read on for more chilling details.
After 14 people were stabbed at Lone Star College in Cypress, Texas, Dylan Quick, 20, was charged in the horrific crime with three counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. But new information reveals the assailant had fantasized about the attack since he was a little kid.
The 20-year-old college student, who stabbed 14 people at Lone Star College in Cypress, Texas, is being charged with three counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
After Dylan Quick went on a rampage attacking 14 people on the Cypress campus of Lone Star College on April 9, he was taken into custody and is being charged with three counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Harris County Sheriff Adrian Garcia told reporters that a 911 call came in during the morning reporting a “male on the loose stabbing people” on the college campus.
The Harris County Sheriff’s office have confirmed that the suspect who was arrested for the mass stabbing at Lone Star College in Houston, TX., on April 9 had no motive.
Lone Star College in Houston, TX, is on lockdown after up to 15 people have been stabbed. The scene is currently still active, and but the police can confirm to HollywoodLife.com that “The attacks were at random and there was no motive.” Read on for all the EXCLUSIVE details.
Fifteen people so far have been hurt in a mass stabbing at Lone Star College, in Houston, Tex., on April 9 and some students have been airlifted to the hospital. This is the same school where two students were shot in January!
Lone Star College is on lockdown as police try and figure out why a 21-year-old man was knifing students in the school’s hallways, with a box cutter.
Two suspects have been taken into custody after three people were wounded during a school shooting at the North Harris Campus of Lone Star College on Jan. 22. School officials confirm that classes will resume on Jan. 23 — just one day later.
Two suspects were led away in handcuffs from the North Harris Campus in Lone Star College, TX, after a school shooting. Students took shelter after two gunmen appeared on campus on Jan. 22, and three people — including the shooter — were wounded. An argument occurred between two students in the college library, which resulted in the gunfire. Both suspects are now in custody, CNN affiliates KHOU and KTRK report. HollywoodLife.com confirmed that two people received treatment from medical personnel before being taken to hospital, and a fourth person suffered from a heart attack at the scene.
Three people, including one gunman, were reportedly wounded during a school shooting at North Harris Campus of Lone Star College on Jan. 22. The college and surrounding schools remain on lockdown.
Students at the North Harris Campus of Lone Star College, a community college in Houston, TX, have taken shelter after reports of two gunmen appeared on campus on Jan. 22, CNN reports. HollywoodLife.com can confirm that three people received treatment from medical personnel before being taken to hospital, and three people have allegedly been shot. Another victim is reported to have had a heart attack, says CNN, and two people were lead away from the scene in handcuffs. The two suspects have been taken into custody.