CARRICK (AP) – A man who claimed to be yes stabbed three people in his apartment on Monday and went into hiding until he was arrested by Pittsburgh police.
One of the injured victims informed officers that he was homeless and provided him with a place to stay in Carrick’s apartment.
He said they were speaking early in the morning when the suspect started stabbing people who claimed he was Jesus.
One of the victims of the stab wound was in stable condition, the other in a dangerous condition, and the third in a serious condition.
A police officer who answered the call found that three people had been stabbed to death.
Police said they heard a noise coming from the basement of the apartment and found the suspect hiding in a rafter.
According to the newspaper, he was detained in Allegheny County Jail.
It wasn’t immediately clear whether he had a lawyer to represent him.
Carrick is south of Pittsburgh.
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