Two people are in the hospital after a double stabbing at a home in Broken Arrow. They were injured at a home near Jackson and Main near downtown Broken Arrow.
Police tell us they have been called to the house before - for various reasons.
Around 9:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 17, they found a woman outside the home, who had been stabbed. Police say they quickly figured out a man had also been stabbed but left the scene.
The woman was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. Police said the man who was stabbed showed up to the hospital later.
Police said the suspect also ran from the scene.
Within an hour, thanks to two K-9 officers from Broken Arrow and air support from Tulsa Police, police tracked the suspect, 37-year-old Chad Robinson.
According to police, Robinson has experienced a domestic relationship with the woman at some point.
Robinson is being held without bond on complaints of assault with a deadly weapon and assault with a deadly weapon.
Police are still trying to figure what exactly led to the stabbing. They believe it was some kind of domestic situation.
They said the investigation is on-going and more information will be released once it's available.
The man and woman are both expected to recover.