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Female student, 19, arrested in stabbing of 2 at Md. college

McHENRY, Md. (AP) - A female community college student attacked two students during an argument inside the school's cafeteria, stabbing them with a knife, authorities said.
One of the women was seriously injured.
Shamaine Moore, 19, of Baltimore, was charged with attempted first- and second-degree murder, first- and second-degree assault, reckless endangerment and concealing a dangerous weapon in the Thursday afternoon attack at Garrett College.
Moore stabbed Daniqua Harrington, 20, of Washington, D.C., and Chandel Alexander, 18, of Baltimore, during an argument, Maryland State Police Lt. Mark Rodeheaver said.
Harrington was in serious condition at Ruby Memorial Hospital in nearby Morgantown, West Virginia, hospital spokeswoman Leigh Limerick said. Alexander was released after treatment, police said. Moore was treated for a cut on her left arm.
Rodeheaver said all three women lived on campus and knew each other. He said he didn't know what started the attack.
Police said they recovered a knife in the cafeteria that will be examined to determine if it was used in the stabbings.
There were about 10 people in the cafeteria at the time, Rodeheaver said. Police have interviewed witnesses and will watch school surveillance video.
"Our criminal investigators are following up today with additional interviews to finish up the case," Rodeheaver said.
No attorney was listed for Harrington in online court records.
The school is in the mountain town of McHenry, about 170 miles west of Baltimore. About 1,000 students were enrolled in the 2012-2013, according to the college's most recent annual report.

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