BOISE, ID. (THECOUNT) — Police in Boise, Idaho identified a suspect in a mass stabbing Saturday night as Timmy Kinner of Los Angeles.

Six of the nine victims are children. All are members of the city’s refugee community.


Kinner, 30, was taken into custody four minutes later.

Police said on Sunday, that four of the nine victims have life-threatening injuries.

At 8:46 pm Saturday, Boise Police responded to a call of a man with a knife at an apartment complex on Wylie Lane and State Street. 8:46 pm Boise Police responded to a man with a knife. Officers arrived by 8:50 pm and located the suspect and took him into custody. The suspect is a 30-year-old male. source

The victims were found in and outside of the apartment.

Police do not have a motive for the attack at this time.

Kinner is from Los Angeles and was living at the apartment complex temporarily and was asked to leave on Friday, police said.

Kinner is not associated with the local refugee community, according to police.