A double-stabbing at a Fallbrook residence Monday night left one man with a partially severed carotid artery, another with less severe injuries and the suspected assailant facing attempted murder charges.
 
A woman called the San Diego County Sheriff's Department shortly before 8 p.m. Monday and told dispatchers the stabbing attack occurred at her house in the 200 block of North Stage Coach Lane near Via Entrada, according to Detective Steve Ashkar. The suspect ran south from the scene.
 
Responding deputies and detectives found the two victims, one in critical condition, Ashkar said.
 
The man who suffered the partially severed carotid artery was flown to a hospital. The other injured victim was treated at a hospital and released, according to Ashkar. Neither was immediately identified.

The circumstances of the attack were not confirmed.

Investigators later named 20-year-old Guy Roman of Fallbrook as a suspect, and he turned himself in after friends told him he was wanted in connection with the attack, Ashkar said. He was booked into jail on suspicion of attempted murder.


  
A woman called the San Diego County Sheriff's Department shortly before 8 p.m. Monday and told dispatchers the stabbing attack occurred at her house in the 200 block of North Stage Coach Lane near Via Entrada, according to Detective Steve Ashkar. The suspect ran south from the scene.
 
Responding deputies and detectives found the two victims, one in critical condition, Ashkar said.
 
The man who suffered the partially severed carotid artery was flown to a hospital. The other injured victim was treated at a hospital and released, according to Ashkar. Neither was immediately identified.

The circumstances of the attack were not confirmed.

Investigators later named 20-year-old Guy Roman of Fallbrook as a suspect, and he turned himself in after friends told him he was wanted in connection with the attack, Ashkar said. He was booked into jail on suspicion of attempted murder.