SAN ANTONIO -

A teenage girl, her mother and the woman's boyfriend were stabbed multiple times following an argument on the city's Northeast Side early Wednesday.

According to a police report, Walter Skipper, 43, forced his way into the bedroom of DeAnn Kennedy, 35, and stabbed her several times at a home in the 12200 block of Maverick Bluff a little after midnight.

The woman's 16-year-old daughter then went to the room and struck Skipper several times in the head with a glass vase, the report stated. Skipper then stabbed the teen twice in the chest before she ran to a pair of neighbors' homes to get help.

All three were taken to San Antonio Military Medical Center for treatment.

The report stated that Kennedy had kicked Skipper out of the home several hours earlier but then allowed him to sleep on the couch.

Skipper told officers the mother and daughter attacked him for no reason, the report stated. Skipper also told officers that he was disciplining the teen, and her mother got mad and attacked him with a knife.

Kennedy told police she didn't know how Skipper got stabbed and the girl never mentioned about him being stabbed.

Argument ends in triple stabbing