GARLAND, Texas - A man is in jail after police say he fatally stabbed a man and injured two others at a job center in Garland
Officers responded to the Pacesetters Job Placement Center Friday morning after they got a call about a stabbing. When officers arrived, they found three that had been stabbed.
Police believe 39-year-old Harry Anderson got into an argument with a group at the job center and stabbed three people before driving off.
The victims were rushed to a local hospital. Two of them were released after receiving minor injuries while a third person was critically injured and later died. He was later identified as 31-year-old Darius Robinson.
Anderson was later found in Dallas and arrested on three counts of aggravated assault. He was later charged with murder after Robinson died.
Anderson is being held in the Garland jail. No bond has been set.