PORTER, Texas - The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office says a suspect accused of stabbing four family members in Porter has been captured.
Nathan Carlin, 36, is currently in the Montgomery County jail on felony charges including Injury to a Child and multiple charges of Aggravated Assault.
Authorities said the stabbing occurred just before noon in the 23600 block of East Heritage Oaks Drive in Porter.
When deputies arrived, they learned four family members from the home has been stabbed by another family member while inside the residence.
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Deputies learned that Carlin had gotten into a verbal argument with several of the victims.
Authorities said during the argument, Carlin grabbed a knife and stabbed and cut the victim’s multiple times.
Authorities identified the victims as a 61-year-old white female, a 38-year-old white female, a 23-year-old white female, and a 9-year-old white female who received various lacerations and puncture wounds.
All of the victims were taken to various hospitals and are in stable, but serious condition.
Authorities said the exact relationship of the victims to Carlin is unknown.