(12/28/2011)
STABBING AT CLUB - Fairmont Police Department are investigating a stabbing that happened early Christmas morning at Club Flow.

Early Sunday morning a Marion County sheriff's deputy responded to a fight at the club, the deputy finding a 37-year-old man with "facial trauma" and called an ambulance for the man.

The man refused to be treated by EMS personnel and refused to be helped by police, according to a police news release.

Security, a short time later, at Fairmont General Hospital called 911 to report that a man had walked into the emergency room with multiple stab wounds.

He was identified as Antonio Cottingham, 24. His wounds were serious, but not life-threatening, police said. He was treated and released.

Police say the patrons from Club Flow have not been cooperative regarding the investigation.

EX-CON HAS GUN - Charleston police found an ex-con with a gun when they busted the man driving him for DUI.

Link Andrews of Charleston is charged with carrying a concealed weapon and as a felon in possession of a firearm. Court documents allege he admitted the 40 caliber pistol found under a seat was his.

CHINESE FOOD MAN HELD-UP - A Chinese food delivery driver was held at knifepoint in Huntington and police are looking for the suspect.

The driver worked at the China Garden restaurant. Police say when he delivered food on Bruce Street, the suspect pulled a knife out and demanded the food and the driver's money.


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