Three students at Penn State University have been charged in connection with a stabbing after police found two victims who were suffering stab wounds in their backs, reports Philly.com.
The two victims, both 22-year-old males, were from a different college visiting the campus for the weekend.
When the victims went to the residence to visit a female friend, several men told them to leave. When one of victims attempted to call the female friend, three men came out of the residence armed with knives, according to the victims.
Both victims were released from the hospital, and Penn State students Brandon D. Frick, Robert W. Donaldson and William D. Stranburg have all been charged.
The three suspects attend Penn State’s Altoona campus.