Updated Monday 11:13 a.m.
Vernon police on Monday morning were piecing together the details of a stabbing in Rockville.
At about 7 a.m., officers rushed to 119 Prospect St., where they found a man and a woman - both adults police spokesman Lt. William Meier said - with stab wounds.
The woman is 26 and the man is 35, Meier said.
They were taken to Rockville General Hospital and were being treated mid-morning, Meier said. Meier said they were stabbed in the neck. He said the injuries were serious but police do not believe they are life-threatening.
Meier said "all parties involved" have been located and were being questioned by police mid-morning. Police were also at the scene.
Police said the suspect is a 28-year-old woman who fled the scene on foot and was reportedly still armed with a knife. The area was surrounded by Vernon Police and a canine unit was called, police said.
After about a half-hour search, the suspect was located a block away on Oak Street, police said. The suspect resisted arrest and had to be subdued with a Taser before being taken into custody, police said.
Police have not yet released her identity. Police said the incident seems to be domestic in nature.