(DETROIT FREE PRESS) — A man asked two people whether they were Muslims before stabbing them at a Southfield bus stop on Saturday, the victims told police.
A 52-year-old Detroit man was stabbed five times; once in the face, once in the neck and three times in the back, Southfield Police Chief Eric Hawkins said. A 51-year-old Detroit man who tried to intervene was stabbed in the hand. The incident happened at about 10:30 p.m. near Northland Mall at 21500 Northwestern Highway.
Minutes later and a few blocks away, police arrested Terrence Lavaron Thomas, 39, of Detroit, who's accused of stabbing the two men. He was carrying two knives and some marijuana, and he told police he was a Muslim,according to Southfield Police Department.
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