A suspect in the deadly stabbing of a Fort Valley State University student was harassing women on the campus Tuesday, GBI officials say.
Agents say Donnell Phelps a freshman from Marshallville, intervened when he saw Joseph Scott harassing students.
They say Scott pulled out a pocket knife and stabbed Phelps 12 times.
Scott is in the Peach County Jail charged with murder and aggravated assault.
A campus police officer also stabbed remains hospitalized.
Phelps was a Agriculture Engineering Technology student and a graduate of Macon County High School.
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