HOLDING FEMALE WITH KNIFE - Elkins Police have arrested a man and charged him with two counts of malicious assault and two counts of attempted malicious assault.

Police responded to a report of a man holding a knife to a female's throat at a Diamond Street home.

Officers heard a female yell, "He has a knife", so they opened the home's front door and found Douglas Simmons holding a knife to Patricia Thomason's throat, according to the complaint.

When officers approached him, Simmons pushed Thomason out of the way and walked menacingly toward the officers with the knife.

The officers backed out to the front porch, and Simmons slammed and locked the front door.

Police broke the door, capturing Simmons.

Simmons tried to grab the knife again, but officers pepper sprayed him, and the man tried to punch an officer in the face.

Two women received minor cuts.

MIDDLEBOURNE STABBING - Tyler County deputies responded to a complaint in Middlebourne concerning a stabbing.

Officers questioned the male victim who verbally stated that Tawyna Denise Rose stabbed him in the upper left arm with a brown wooden handled knife.

Rose, 39, was charged with one count of malicious wounding, two counts of domestic battery and one count of domestic assault.

She was arraigned in lieu of bond and was taken to the North Central Regional Jail in Greenwood.

MAN STABS ANOTHER MAN, THEN STABS HIMSELF - Clarksburg Police are investigating a stabbing.

Paul Lehosit stabbed Joshua Ash in his left side, before stabbing himself in the chest, said police.

The investigation is ongoing.

STABBED TO DEATH - The man accused of stabbing and killing Domenic Ray Wolfe in Morgantown has been arraigned in Magistrate Court.

22 year-old Joshua Morgan Hausrath was arraigned in front of Magistrate Nabors.

When police arrived they found Domenic Ray Wolfe unconscious with a stab wound, that later resulted in his death.

Hausrath is charged with first degree murder and has been taken to the North Central Regional Jail.

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