A recent graduate of Sparrows Point High was critically injured during a bizarre knife attack outside his Rosedale home on Saturday.

Cody Mulligan, 21, suffered multiple stab wounds to his upper body and was in critical condition as of Tuesday.

According to a police report, Mulligan had just walked out of his home when a man walking by began yelling at him.

The suspect then ran over to Mulligan and allegedly attacked him with a knife, stabbing him multiple times.

Police quickly apprehended a suspect: James John Marchsteiner III, 47, of the 1000 block of Sumter Avenue, 21237, remained at the scene and was arrested.

Marchsteiner was charged with attempted first-degree murder. He is held at the Baltimore County Detention Center on a no bail status pending a bail review hearing.

Mulligan and Marchsteiner live on the same block of Sumter Avenue. Officers are continuing the investigation to determine the circumstances surrounding this stabbing.

Cody, who is blind, made news while at Sparrows Point for earning a spot on the Pointer junior varsity wrestling team and winning matches.