"He saw my gun and that was pretty much it." Eight grocery employees stabbed at Tennessee store; co-worker in custody Police in Tennessee say a knife-wielding grocery store employee attacked eight co-workers. They say he seriously injured five of them before a bystander pulled a gun and stopped him. The 21-year-old suspect was arrested and then taken to a hospital after complaining of chest pains. The attack apparently stemmed from a work dispute. Five victims, one in critical condition, were admitted to a Memphis hospital. Three others were less badly hurt. Police say the attacker was chasing one victim into the store's parking lot when he was subdued by Chris Cope, manager of a financial services office. Cope says he grabbed a nine-millimeter semiautomatic pistol from his pickup truck. Cope told The Associated Press, "He saw my gun and that was pretty much it." Police arrived within minutes and took the attacker into custody. Dr. Kellerman, of Emory University, when reached for comment, stated, "This does not really count as a 'defensive gun use,' since the knife-wielding attacker was not actually killed."