SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (AP) -- One of two men who were stabbed at a suburban Detroit bus stop after telling their attacker they aren't Muslims says he's unsure if it was a hate crime.
Southfield police say the attack happened Saturday night outside Northland Mall.
Thirty-nine-year-old Terrence L. Thomas of Detroit is jailed on a $1 million bond on attempted murder charges. His next court date is Wednesday.
Court officials couldn't say Thursday if he has a lawyer.
Fifty-two-year-old Raymond Shackleford of Detroit tells WXYZ-TV the man asked others at the bus stop if they were Muslims or "believed in Allah" before attacking him and another man.
Shackleford says he "can't say if this was a hate crime or not." He and a 51-year-old Detroit man were treated at a hospital and released.
The snowmobile trails opened in Vilas CountyFriday at 5 p.m.
More light snow on the way, and a bit of a warming trend too.
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