Jules Laird, center, defense attorney for Dylan Quick, talks to the media Thursday, April 11, 2013, in Houston. Quick, alleged to have wounded more than a dozen people at a Houston area Lone Star College campus, had his arraignment postponed so he can be mentally evaluated. (AP Photo/Pat Sullivan)
Dylan Quick, 20, is seen in an undated photo provided by the Harris County, Texas, Sheriff's Office. The Harris County Sheriff's Office said in a statement that Quick used a razor-type knife in a rampage Tuesday at the Lone Star College System's campus in Cypress, a Houston suburb, hurting more than a dozen people. Quick was charged Tuesday night, April 9, 2013 with three counts of aggravated assault. It wasn't immediately clear if additional charges would be filed, though he is scheduled to make his first court appearance Thursday. (AP Photo/Harris County Sheriff's Office)
HOUSTON (AP) — An attorney for a man accused of stabbing more than a dozen people at a Houston-area college says his client is on suicide watch.
Jules Laird, a lawyer for Dylan Quick, says Quick will remain jailed without bond so he can continue a psychological evaluation.
Laird says he doesn’t know enough about Quick’s mental state to discuss it further. He says he’s still working to find out more about Quick’s mental health history.
Harris County authorities have said Quick told them he had been fantasizing for years about stabbing people.
At Laird’s request, Quick did not appear at brief court hearing Thursday in Houston.
Quick is charged with three counts of aggravated assault for the attack at Lone Star Community College in Cypress earlier this week.