The Latest on the stabbing attack in Carmichael (Feb. 29):
The Sacramento County Sheriff's office told FOX40 both victims are in stable condition and the relationship between the suspect and the victims is still under investigation.
The Sacramento County Sheriff released a photo Saturday morning of Martin Raymond Lackey-Garcia, 39, who was booked into the Sacramento County Main Jail as a suspect in the case.
The Latest on the stabbing attack in Carmichael (Feb. 28):
A Sacramento County sheriff's spokesperson called the scene "chaotic" as people ran from the wellness center looking for help.
"It was pretty chaotic," said Deputy Lacey Nelson. "People were running out, asking for help, pointing to where they thought victims were located or the suspect was."
Around 20 to 30 people were inside the Wellness and Recovery Center at the time of the attack.
A Sacramento County sheriff's spokesperson says one female and one male were killed in the stabbing attack.
Investigators believe the suspect was a client of the Wellness and Recovery Center on Mission Avenue.
The Sacramento County Sheriff's Office confirms two people died at the scene of a stabbing attack in Carmichael.
Two other victims who were wounded have been hospitalized. Their conditions are unknown.
Homicide investigators are heading to the scene.
Original story below:
CARMICHAEL, Calif. (KTXL) -- Two people were killed and two were wounded in a stabbing attack Friday at a wellness and recovery center in Carmichael.
Around 4 p.m., the Sacramento County Sheriff's Office says they got a call about an assailant who was stabbing someone in the area of Mission Avenue and Courtland Lane.
At the scene, Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District personnel were already treating two stabbing victims, according to the sheriff's office.
The sheriff's office says a man was detained in connection to the attack but did not provide any additional information about his identity.
The extent of the victims' injuries has not been reported.
This story is developing. Check back for more updates.