A man faces multiple charges for his alleged role in a Morgan Hill stabbing attack that injured a woman, two children under the age of 14 and a baby, according to police.
The suspect, who has been identified as 36-year-old Eduardo Ramirez, faces four counts of attempted murder, child endangerment, domestic violence and resisting/delaying arrest following the Saturday incident that occurred inside a residence on Bisceglia Way, according to police.
After receiving reports about a man and woman yelling at each other inside an apartment, an officer arrived to find Ramirez in the apartment complex's parking lot. Ramirez, who was holding a pocket knife, was spotted stabbing himself in the neck and shoulder area, police said.
The officer demanded that Ramirez put down the knife, but the man refused, according to police. The officer responded by using a taser to subdue Ramirez.
A search of the residence followed and four people were found to be suffering from "injuries consistent from being attacked with a knife," police said.
The victims, along with Ramirez, were transported to be treated for their injuries, according to police. The exent of the injuries was not clear.
Anyone with information about this case is asked to contact Detecive Fernando Del Moral of the Morgan Hill Police Department at 669-253-4964. Those wishing to remain anonymous can contact 408-947-STOP.