COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- Police are planning to release new details about a downtown stabbing spree in Ohio that injured four people and ended when police shot and critically wounded the suspect.
The Columbus Police Department has scheduled a 2 p.m. news conference Thursday to provide new information on the attack.
Police say a man armed with three knives entered an office building just blocks from the state Capitol on Wednesday and stabbed four men, the first an employee of Miami-Jacobs Career College.
The attacker was shot by police after running into the street.
Police have identified the victims and attacker but haven't released their names.
A girlfriend of one the victims says he was stabbed in the abdomen, face, shoulder and arm as he tried to stop the attacker from stabbing another man.