GUILDERLAND, N.Y. (NEWS10) — There was a heavy police presence at 1802 Brandywine Parkway in Guilderland on August 20 around 10a.m. following reports of a stabbing. According to Guilderland Police, two victims were treated for injuries, Monique Beckett, age 52 and a thirteen-year-old juvenile. One suspect has been taken into custody as well, Kahlee Hackworth, age 26.

Tenants told NEWS10 they could hear people inside the complex screaming for help before authorities arrived. Through investigating, police found the alleged perpetrator of the act still on the scene. A standoff followed, with law enforcement evacuating adjacent apartments and securing the area. The State Police Emergency Response Team carried out the next steps.

“With the assistance of their robot, entry was made into the apartment. The suspect was located and taken into custody without further incident,” explained Captain Eric Batchelder of the Guilderland Police Department.

Everything ended around 4 p.m., police say Hackworth had no life-threatening injuries and was also taken to Albany Medical Center Hospital, as were the victims.

Hackworth Charges:

  • Second-degree attempted murder
  • Second-degree assault (two counts)
  • Fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon

Town of Guilderland EMS and SUNY Albany Police were also both active on the scene on Sunday.

Hackworth was arraigned in the Guilderland Town Court and remanded to Albany County Correctional Facility pending further court action. Stay with NEWS10 as this story continues to develop.