MAN KILLED BY ARROW FROM BOW - Police are saying an argument between two young men ended tragically in Monongalia County, Sunday afternoon.

Police say the men were involved in an argument inside a home along Murray Road.

The victim was working on a mobile home on the property, and during the fight, the suspect reportedly shot the victim in his stomach with a bow.

He was pronounced dead on scene.

Authorities say a suspect is in State Police custody.

WESTON MAN STABBED IN BACK - A Lewis County man was flown to Ruby Memorial Hospital following a stabbing Friday night from Glady Fork off Skin Creek.

Police say William Miller was stabbed in the back during an argument.

The Lewis County Sheriff's Department have arrested Jerry Townsend for the stabbing.

Townsend is in Central Regional Jail.

WOMEN STABBED IN PARKING LOT - Two women were stabbed during a fight at a Charleston, West Side parking lot, Friday.

Charleston Police responded to a call at a 7-Eleven convenience store on Washington St, after about 15 people started fighting in the parking lot.

The crowd scattered when police arrived, but officers noticed a blood trail on the ground that went a short distance and then stopped.

Later, two women walked into CAMC Women and Children's Hospital with stab wounds.

Police say Tiffany Hairston, 25, of Charleston, suffered stab wounds and cuts to her abdomen, back and face and Shanita Robertson, 21, of Charleston, had cuts on her right and left forearms.

HOMELESS MAN CUT OVER FOOD - A Charleston man was arrested after cutting another man at the Crossroads Mission after a dispute.

Charleston police arrested Albert Fuller, 49, after a fight that ended in bloodshed.

Police said Fuller had been arguing with Clinton Simpson over food at the shelter when he cut him with a small sharp object, believed to be a box cutter.

His injuries were not life threatening.

Fuller was charged with malicious wounding.

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