PORTER, Texas — A 36-year-old man is in custody and facing multiple charges after authorities said he stabbed four of his family members at a home in Montgomery County.
As of Tuesday afternoon, Nathan Carlin was still a wanted man, and authorities said he should be considered armed and dangerous. By early Wednesday, the sheriff's office announced Carlin was in custody.
Deputies said they first responded to the scene of the stabbings in the 23600 block of E. Heritage Oaks Drive around noon. When they arrived, they found four stabbing victims, a 61-year-old woman, a 38-year-old woman, a 23-year-old woman and a 9-year-old girl.
They suffered lacerations and puncture wounds, authorities said. They were taken to area hospitals and were last reported to be in stable, but serious, condition.
Investigators said Carlin got into an argument with some of the victims at the house before he attacked them. He then fled the scene on foot.
Photo seen here is his driver's license, prior to arrest, released during the suspect search
Shortly after 12 a.m. Wednesday, deputies said Carlin was arrested and in the Montgomery County jail "on felony charges including Injury to a Child and multiple charges of Aggravated Assault."