A man accused of stabbing a community college professor to death and injuring his girlfriend as the couple left a Seattle Sounders soccer game last week has been charged with first-degree murder and attempted murder.
Donnell Jackson is being held on $2 million bail following the fatal stabbing of Troy Wolf, the head of the English Department at Shoreline Community College, and the wounding of Kristin Ito on Friday night.
Police say the two were randomly attacked in Pioneer Square as they left the game, and that Jackson admitted stabbing Wolf and being off his schizophrenia medication. According to a probable cause statement by a detective, Jackson claimed the couple was part of a group that was trying to kill him.
Jackson's arraignment was set for Sept. 30.