SPRINGDALE (KFSM) -- A man was arrested after he was accused of fatally stabbing his mother and stepfather in Springdale on Friday (Aug. 26), as well as stabbing his roommate.
Dustin Price, 28, is facing two felony capital murder charges, first-degree battery, terroristic threats on a police officer and residential burglary, as well as misdemeanor third-degree battery, according to a preliminary report.
After getting a call, officers arrived at a Sandy Street home around 2:20 a.m. and found two stabbing victims, according to a press release.
Theresa Hendershot, 47, Price's mother, was pronounced dead at the scene, the release states. Her husband and Price's stepfather, James Hendershot, 47, was taken to Northwest Medical Center, where he later died from his injuries, according to the release.
Officers said they found a knife and a baseball bat with what officers suspect to be blood, the report states. It also appears that the couple's back door was forced open.
A witness identified Price and said that he rode away from the scene on a moped.
Police were also called to a Caudle Avenue home about 25 minutes after the first stabbing call where they found Daniel Teyhen, 52, with multiple stab wounds, the release states. He was also taken to the
Northwest Medical Center for treatment, and is in stable condition with non-threatening injuries.
Price was found riding the moped through Fayetteville and was taken into custody with help from the Fayetteville Police Department and the Washington County Sheriff's Office, the release states. Additional weapons were found on the moped.
After Price was arrested, he lunged at officers and threatened to kill them.
He was taken to the Washington County Detention Center.
The investigation is ongoing.