Kyriakos Georghiou was out on bail that had been posted by his parents, the Chronicle reported. His attorney, Jeffrey Wilner, said Georghiou's parents posted his $10,000 bail in the assault case last month and were getting him mental health treatment at a facility in Houston. Georghiou had been in jail since June for the alleged assault, court records show. He was released in September on $10,000 bond and was banned from contact with his mother, court records show.
Police said Kyriakos Georghiou left his parents’ home with two knives and quietly surrendered after law enforcement officers arrived. He "didn't say a whole lot" and was taken into custody, Assistant Houston Police Department Chief Wendy Baimbridge told reporters.