Idaho man injures 9 in stabbing attack on refugee families

02 July, 2018, 04:55 | Author: Sheila Harris
  • 9 hospitalized after mass stabbing at apartment complex

As of Sunday afternoon, each of those victims has survived, though several of the injuries remained serious, he said.

The woman who took Kinner in was not harmed and was not at the residence at the time of the attack. Police say he briefly stayed at the apartment complex but was recently asked to leave because of behavior problems.

"He did come from out of state, but I don't know how long he's been in the city", he told reporters.

Nine people were injured, some seriously, in a violent stabbing spree in Boise, Idaho, on Saturday night. He declined to provide details other than to say it included violent crimes, substance abuse and prison time. Bones said the resident wanted to give him a helping hand in return for the help she had received from others in the past. The attack is the largest stabbing in Boise history, he said. Three adults were wounded trying to stop the assault. He is not an immigrant and went on the rampage a day after being asked to leave by one of the residents, police said.

The International Rescue Committee (IRC) released a statement responding to the attack in Boise, Idaho.

One suspect in custody; Jeff Paul reports on the investigation in Boise.

"It's a community within our community", Bones said.

Kinner, who has a criminal record, has not been cooperative with investigators, Bones said. Six are between 3 and 12 years old.

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At present, the administration says it has more than 2,000 immigrant children in its custody, and though President Trump signed an executive order last month supposedly reuniting those families, and a judge ordered the administration to do so within 30 days, there is now no plan in place to accommodate that order.

The St. George (Utah) Police Department verified that it arrested Kinner for theft back in April, the Idaho Statesman reported.

Kinner, of Los Angeles, was booked into the Ada County Jail on nine counts of aggravated battery and six counts of injury to a child.

Kinner began attacking the children with a knife, said Bones, who was visibly emotional as he described a scene of victims scattered across the apartment complex, in the street and on the walkway.

"As you can imagine, the witnesses in the apartment complex - along with the rest of our community - are reeling from this attack", the police chief said.

Police identified the suspect only as a 30-year-old man who was being questioned by detectives to ascertain a motive.

Nine victims were located inside and outside the apartments.

"It's a single, evil individual who attacked people with no provocation that we're aware of", Bones said.

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