Student Attacks Roommates With Knife At CSU Stanislaus Dorm

TURLOCK (AP) — University police say a Stanislaus State University student was arrested for allegedly attacking four people at an on-campus dorm with a kitchen knife and scissors.

The Modesto Bee reports Wednesday 21-year-old Jasmyne Casey was arrested in the attack and faces felony assault with a deadly weapon charges.

University Police Chief Andy Roy says Casey was detained shortly after the Tuesday night attack and has been in the hospital since, but he would not say why.

Since then, Casey has been arrested, placed in police custody, and bailed out on Thursday morning.

Officials say Casey’s two roommates had multiple lacerations and two resident advisers who tried to stop the attack sustained scratches and bruises. The two roommates were treated at local hospitals for non-life-threatening injuries and released.

Police are investigating what motivated the attack.

Copyright 2017 The Associated Press.

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  1. Probably another druggie who had too much pot honey oil or opioids for an after-dinner snack.

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