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Texas College Stabbing: Police Say Attacker Had ‘No Motive’

Tue, April 9, 2013 3:10pm EDT by eleanorehl 5 Comments

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 that “The attacks were at random and there was no motive.” Read on for all the EXCLUSIVE details.

Texas College Stabbing — Suspect Had ‘No Motive’

“There are conflicting reports, but there are at least 11 people who were injured,” the Harris County Sheriff’s Office EXCLUSIVELY told “Four were taken to hospital. It is still an active scene. There is currently one suspect in custody. We do not know if a second person was involved.”

“We can’t confirm the weapon. The attack happened this morning in between classes. The attacks were at random and there was no motive.”

So scary!

Texas College Stabbing — All The Details

Alan Bernstein of the Harris County Sherriff’s department says that he can’t confirm how many people are hurt but that this happened right before noon.

The campus posted on their website that there were two armed suspects on the loose and that students should “seek shelter in a secure location.”

The Cy-Fair Volunteer Fire Department says that four patients were taken by Life Flight to Hermann Texas Medical Center and two others were transported to Hermann Hospital.

Lone Star College Student Helps Take Suspect Down

James, a student at the school, says the he helped the suspect get arrested. He said that the suspect appeared to be a student and was possibly hearing impaired. He went on to say that the suspect was dressed in black but that he tackled him once he left the building.

Stay tuned to for more information regarding this attack.

WATCH: Lone Star College Stabbing

— Eleanore Hutch

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