CHICAGO (AP) - UPDATE 4/19: A 42-year-old man has been charged with critically wounding a fellow student at a university in Chicago.
Chicago police say Dejuan Doby pulled out a knife while in a classroom Tuesday at East-West University and stabbed a 20-year-old student in the back. Doby faces one count of attempted first-degree murder and two counts of aggravated battery.
Responding police officers arrested the Chicago resident at the school. The classmate was taken to a hospital in critical condition, but university officials have since said his condition has stabilized.
A Cook County judge on Thursday ordered Doby held on $7,000 bail and barred Doby from having any contact with the victim.
Doby doesn't have a listed phone number to pursue comment.
ORIGINAL: A 20-year-old man was critically wounded after being stabbed by a fellow student at a university in Chicago.
Police say the 20-year-old victim and the 42-year-old suspect were in one of East-West University's classrooms Tuesday afternoon when the older man stabbed the victim in the back with a knife.
The victim was taken to Northwestern Memorial Hospital for treatment. Details about the victim's identity, other than his age and gender, have not been released by police.
Charges against the suspect, who was taken into custody at the school, are pending.
In a statement posted on the university's website, Chancellor M. Wasi Khan said the victim's condition has stabilized.