Currently, the department is unsure what Brown did moments after he clocked out, but they've stated that the initial argument didn't get physical.
Police claim he used a small, folding pocket knife-style knife in the stabbing, and he did seek out certain employees in the attacks.
Outlaw says there is nothing to indicate that Brown was giving indications of his plans, motives or anything else ahead of time. Outlaw also says Brown had been working at Dyke Industries for about three and a half months.
With one victim in serious condition and two more in fair condition, Thursday's stabbing was a serious attack in Tallahassee that is already being swept under the rug by many in the media.
In a time were three quarters of mass shootings receive mass media coverage, most outlets chose not to provide much coverage to yesterday's attack that law enforcement are labeling a "mass stabbing." Given the fact that mass media plays a key part in shaping public perceptions of mass shootings, yesterday's lack of extensive coverage proves that there is a media bias.
While outlets did report the incident, the incident didn't make many headlines and took many outlets hours to provide coverage of the stabbing.
With a knife not fitting the media's ongoing narrative to denounce guns, news outlets did little to nothing to shed light on Thursday's attack. Social media was relatively quiet on the matter, and no outrage was levied towards knives.
Hunter Pollack, a school safety advocate, did express his frustration with the lack of coverage on Twitter.