Suspect In Arlington Attack In Jail Today

4/2/19 – 5:06 A.M.

The suspect in an attack in Arlington is in jail this morning. After a day-long search, authorities found Brandon Pinks in rural Hardin County around 6 p.m. Monday. Deputies had been searching for Pinks following an incident at 219 West Main Cross Street in Arlington around 8:40 a.m. Hancock County Sheriff Michael Heldman says deputies found two victims when they arrived…

Heldman says both victims suffered injuries from a sharp object. The names of the victims and their conditions haven’t been released.

Investigators focused their search in Hardin County, as Pinks’ last known address is in Alger. Ada Police say someone saw Pinks switching from his red Chevy HHR to a “dark-colored” truck around 11 a.m. at Ada Technologies.

Pinks was reportedly in a relationship with the adult victim. The initial incident caused school officials in Arlington to lock down their building as a precaution.

The case remains under investigation.