WASHINGTON, D.C. (FOX 56) — Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul has confirmed one of his staff members was attacked by a man with a knife in Washington D.C. over the weekend.
D.C. Metropolitan Police said the stabbing occurred just after 5 p.m. Saturday. When officers arrived at the scene, they located the victim with stab wounds, but the perpetrator had fled.
Through an investigation, police were able to identify the suspect in the case as 42-year-old Glynn Neal, of southeast D.C. He was arrested and charged with intent to kill (knife), according to a D.C. Metropolitan Police release.
The identity of the staff member has not been released by Paul’s office at this time.