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Moore Police: Suspect In Workplace Attack "Expected To Live"

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According to police, Nolen entered the warehouse in Moore on Thursday and stabbed two women. According to police, Nolen entered the warehouse in Moore on Thursday and stabbed two women.
MOORE, Oklahoma -

Moore police say the suspect in Thursday's attack of two women at Vaughan Foods remains in the hospital and is expected to live.

Early Friday morning, a spokeswoman for the OU Medical Center said Alton Nolen was not listed as a patient at the hospital.  Moore Police Department Sgt. Jeremy Lewis later confirmed the 30-year old suspect is at the hospital, but is not being listed as a patient.

9/25/2014 Related Story: Suspect Shot After Stabbing Two Women At Moore Food Distribution Center

"We have officers with him," said Sgt. Lewis.

According to police, Nolen entered the warehouse in Moore on Thursday and stabbed two women. One of them died at the scene. The other was rushed to a hospital in critical condition.

Nolen was then shot multiple times by an off-duty reserve deputy for Oklahoma County. Sources tell News 9 the reserve deputy is Mark Vaughan. Vaughan is the Chief Operating Officer of Vaughan Foods.

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