Albany Police say they've arrested the man responsible for a triple stabbing in the city on Monday that left one woman dead and two others injured. Our Erin Vannella joined us with the latest from Albany.
ALBANY, N.Y. -- Police are saying they have caught Michael Anderson, 29, the man they believe stabbed three Albany women Monday night.
According to Albany Police spokesperson Steven Smith, Anderson was caught on Lark Drive.
Police say Anderson is wanted in connection with the stabbing of Gwynn Carter, 43, Shaquasia Thomas, 26, and Tonette Thomas, 20.
Tonette Thomas died of her injuries. Carter and Shaquasia Thomas are at Albany Medical Center in critical condition.
Police say the victims all knew the Anderson and this was not a random act of violence.