COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- Police have charged a man with four counts of felonious assault in a stabbing spree at an Ohio downtown office building that left four people injured before he was shot on the street by a police officer.
Authorities say a man armed with three knives entered a downtown office building that housed a career college and other offices 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 said at a Thursday news conference that three of the victims worked for the college and one worked for the attorney general's office. They say two victims and the suspect are in critical condition.