A 26-year-old homeless man was arrested Tuesday night for allegedly stabbing another client in the chest at a Lower Queen Anne shelter.

A King County Superior Court judge found probable cause Wednesday to hold Cornelius Martez Thomas on a $225,000 bond for first-degree assault.

A staff member at the Downtown Emergency Service Center’s (DESC) Queen Anne Shelter reported to Seattle Police that the alleged victim had been woken up Tuesday night by the sound of Thomas arguing with another client. The shelter serves roughly 50 men each night.

The 38-year-old alleged victim reportedly began arguing with Thomas, which led the two from the dormitory into the lobby where it became physical, according to a Seattle Police report.

The staff member told police the alleged victim put Thomas in a headlock, at which point Thomas reportedly stabbed the other client in the chest and back with a 3-inch pocketknife. Security footage reportedly verified the account, according to the police report.

The alleged victim was found sitting next to the front door covered in blood, and was later transported to Harborview Medical Center, which reports his condition is satisfactory.

Thomas was reportedly standing outside the shelter when officers arrived and still in possession of the knife, the report states.

The King County Prosecutor’s Office notes Thomas moved to the area from Alaska earlier this year.

He will have a second court appearance at 2:30 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 6.