Houston-area stabbing injures four family members by suspect out on bond for felony: sheriff

Manuel Alfredo Gutierrez, 25, was out on bond for a previous felony when he stabbed several family members in a Houston-area home over the weekend

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Four people were stabbed in a Houseton-area home Sunday night during a family disturbance, including a suspect out on bond for a previous felony, authorities said. 

Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez said a man returned to the home intoxicated and got into an argument with his sister. He was armed with a pistol during the dispute, Gonzalez said. 

"The male was disarmed of his pistol, while mom & dad intervened attempting to break things up," Gonzalez tweeted. "Things escalated into a physical altercation with everyone obtaining knives."

The suspect, 25-year-old Manuel Alfredo Gutierrez, was arrested and charged with three counts of aggravated assault

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A man allegedly stabbed three family members during a dispute near Houston on Sunday, authorities said. 

A man allegedly stabbed three family members during a dispute near Houston on Sunday, authorities said.  (Fox Houston)

All four of family members were wounded with nonlife-threatening injuries. 

At the time of the stabbing, Gutierrez had been out on bond, authorities said. 

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