A woman talks to an officer on scene after a relative was stabbed before a job interview at Dyke Industries on September 11, 2019, in Tallahassee, Fla.
Police say Brown got into an argument with another employee when he clocked in at 8 a.m.
He said he could not be prouder of the Tallahassee Police Department and first responders to the scene. Outlaw said. "All of our responding officers, they're also very cognizant of what day this is". "You just can't help but wonder that", Outlaw said. Brown was captured about a block away from the scene.
Police say they plan on searching Brown's house at The Dwellings at 5100 Blountstown Highway in Tallahassee. According to the Florida Department of Corrections, Brown's criminal history includes drug dealing and grand theft dating back to 1996. Most recently, he was released from prison in July 2009.
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A spokeswoman for Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare said none of the five victims were in critical condition after the stabbings at a Dyke Industries facility in Tallahassee.
The Tallahassee Democrat newspaper reports the incident happened at Dyke Industries off Hartsfield Road.
The five victims were rushed to a hospital and are expected to survive, interim Police Chief Steven Outlaw said at a news conference.
Dyke Industries manufactures doors and is "the largest online retailer of wood, steel and fiberglass exterior, interior, storm and patio doors and door products in the USA today", its website says.