Man Stabs Jack In The Box Employee After Refusing To Wear Mask

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Police are looking for a man who reportedly stabbed a Jack in the Box employee after refusing to wear a mask just outside of Houston. 

Officers responded about 8 p.m. Wednesday to a reported assault at the restaurant on West League City Parkway. 

Investigators say 53-year-old James Schulz stabbed an assistant manager several times with a pocket knife after arguing with employees about the restaurant's mask policy. 

Schulz is wanted for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. The employee wasn't seriously injured. 

Governor Gregg Abbott lifted the mask order last week, but businesses are still allowed to require face coverings.

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