CNN is reporting that multiple stabbings were reported at Lone Star College in Houston.

[Update Tuesday at 9 p.m.]

The suspect arrested has been identified as 20 year old Dylan Andrew Quick. Quick has been charged with 3 counts of aggravated assault. His bond has been set at $100,000 for each charge, but more could be added later.

Quick ran from building to building and stabbed at least 14 people, critically injuring two. He was stopped by another student who tackled him on the campus.

Police say he told them he had 'fantasies of stabbing people' since elementary school and had planned the incident for some time.

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[Update Tuesday at 2:28 p.m.(CST)]

Authorities received a call at 11:12 a.m.(CST) that a male was stabbing people. The suspect, who was apprehended, was a enrolled at the campus.

Two of the 14 injured people are currently in critical condition.

Here's a video from CNN of one of the students describing the incident.

[Original Story Tuesday at 12:38 p.m]

At least 14 have been injured at CyFair campus of Lone Star College, outside Houston. The school has ordered students to find shelter via their official website.

It is not clear whether the 15 people injured were all stabbed, or if they were injured while running away. Four people were injured enough that they were taken to the hospital by helicopter.

According to Sherriff officials, one suspect is in custody. Earlier reports stated there might have been one suspect at large.

The campus remains on lockdown.

Tuesday's stabbing comes only months after a shooting at a different Lone Star campus.

This is a breaking story and we will continue to update as we get more details.