(Charlottesville, VA) -- Virginia state Senator Creigh Deeds is now listed in fair condition after being stabbed during an altercation with his son at the lawmaker's home early today. Deeds' 24-year-old son Gus was found dead of a gunshot wound at the residence. Virginia State Police spokesperson Corinne Geller said investigators are looking at the case as being an attempted murder and a suicide. Geller called it an ongoing investigation and said she would not comment on a possible motive. Senator Deeds is hospitalized with stab wounds to the head and upper torso.
A source tells the "Richmond Times Dispatch" Deeds' son had a mental health evaluation yesterday. The report cites a source saying Gus Deeds had been released Monday following the evaluation performed under an emergency custody order.
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