Editor's note: This article has been updated to correct the charges against the suspects.
The Grayson County Sheriff's Office said the three suspects sought in Sunday's robbery and stabbing at a Denison hotel have been apprehended.
In an emailed press release distributed Tuesday, the agency said Stacy Jamison, 21; Robert Morgan, Jr., 23; and Carlos Paniagua, Jr., 29; all from Oklahoma, were arrested and charged with aggravated robbery. It wasn’t immediately clear Tuesday when or where the arrests took place, but the GCSO press release said the men were apprehended with the help of the Durant Police Department, the Bryan County Sheriff’s Office, Bryan County District Attorney’s Office and the Choctaw Nation Tribal Police Department.
“All three suspects are in the Bryan County Jail and will be charged with aggravated robbery related to this incident and, at some point, extradited back to Texas for their charges,” the press release read.
GCSO Capt. Sarah Bigham said at approximately 1 a.m. Sunday, 911 dispatchers received a report of a disturbance and a possible stabbing at the Texoma Motel in the 4600 block of State Highway 91. Bigham said deputies responded to the hotel where they found a male patron with numerous stab wounds. A social media post published by the Sheriff's Office said only one of the suspects was reported to have stabbed the victim.
“The witnesses on the scene said that three men wearing masks forced their way into the motel room where they found the victim,” Bigham said Monday.
Investigators have not said why the victim was targeted or what may have been taken in the incident. The suspects fled the scene in a passenger car prior to deputies' arrival.
The victim was taken to a local hospital and listed in stable condition as of Monday afternoon. Deputies also arrested one person at the scene Sunday on narcotics charges, but Bigham said the individual was not related to the robbery.
The case remains under investigation.