PHOENIX - Witnesses have identified a suspect who is accused of stabbing a mother and daughter in Phoenix over the weekend. Police say he may be hiding on the Navajo Reservation.
Phoenix police report that on Sunday night they responded to a call of a double stabbing at an apartment complex near 43rd Avenue and Indian School Road.
In the parking lot, they found one woman with three knives sticking out of her body. They also found another woman in a neighbor's apartment with multiple stab wounds.
Police say witnesses told them they saw 30-year-old Ulrick Bryan Woody, who was once married to one of the victims, go into her apartment and stab her. She fled to a neighbor’s apartment for help and Woody reportedly found inside the neighbor's apartment and stabbed her several more times.
The victim’s mother, who was also stabbed, fled to the parking lot where Woody allegedly tracked her down and stabbed her several more times, leaving three knives in her body.
Police say Woody was arrested about a year ago, in another domestic violence incident.
Woody escaped and is still at large. Police say he has ties to the Navajo Reservation and may be hiding there.
He has been charged with two counts of attempted second-degree murder.