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Stabbing Suspect Appears In Court

A Texas man accused of stabbing more than a dozen people was set to return to court on Friday.

Dylan Quick is being held without bond on three aggravated assault counts for an attack at the Lone Star College last month.

He ended up injuring four people.

Authorities accused the 20-year-old of using a razor utility knife to slash at his victims on two floors of the college's health science building.

Quick will be psychologically evaluated.

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