SIBOLO, Texas – A stabbing suspect, who was fleeing from the police, jumped a fence to enter the primary school property, and was stunned with a Taser weapon when he tried to enter, police said.
According to Cibolo police, the stabbing suspect, 20-year-old Malik Turner, was an employee at Zaxby’s restaurant on Borgfeld Road and Cibolo Valley Drive.
Shortly before 10 a.m. Thursday, Turner quarreled with his manager over pay and stabbed the woman with a kitchen knife, Cibolo police said.
Turner fled the scene to a neighborhood. Cibolo police caught up with him on Cibolo Valley Drive near the campus of OG Wiederstein Elementary School.
Guadalupe 3 police officer Michael Skrobarchek shared more details in a Facebook post on Thursday afternoon.
Skrobarchek said Turner raised his hands, but then turned and jumped the fence to enter the school property.
Cibolo officers and a police officer chased him around several buildings.
The officer caught up with Turner on the playground in the yard near several school entrances.
When Turner tried to escape inside the school, the officer deployed his Taser weapon and then took Turner into custody.
Turner was taken to Northeastern Methodist Hospital for treatment and then placed in Guadalupe County Jail on charges of a heavy attack with a deadly weapon, Cibolo police said.
The victim was transported to Brook’s Army Medical Center, where she underwent surgery.
Skrobarcek said that during the chase, the police officer used his radio to call for a blockade of the school, but his radio was inadvertently changed to the police in Seguin, so the schools in Seguin were locked as a result.
Cibolo police said there were no students on campus at the time.
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A man stabbed the manager at the Cibolo restaurant, then fled to the campus of the primary school, police said
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