|MAN WALKS INTO EATERY WITH STAB WOUND - Police were on the scene of a stabbing in Charleston Thursday night, a man walked into Cozumel Mexican Restaurant by Krogers with a stab wound to the stomach.|
Reports say the manager of the store is the person stabbed.
DEPUTY SHOOTS MAN IN LEWIS - 37-year-old Thomas Bonnell Junior is the suspect who was shot by a Lewis County deputy sheriff after he fled from a traffic stop in Weston.
Bonnell, after being released from the hospital, has been charged with felony grand larceny and breaking and entering charges.
Sheriff Michael Gissy says three people were in the car and there was only one officer in the area and he ended up having to shoot Bonnell.
ROB ELDERLY MAN AT KNIFEPOINT DURING HOME INVASION -
Three Charleston residents were arrested after allegedly forcing their way into a Sissonville home and robbing the elderly resident at knife point.
Noel Shamblin, 75, told deputies he had been at his home when a young woman knocked at the door. When Shamblin answered, two men wearing ski masks forced their way into his home.
Police say one of the men pulled a knife while the other grabbed Shamblin and took his wallet and about $200 in cash, escaping in a vehicle.
Police arrested the three a short time later and recovered the man's money.
PARKERSBURG STABBINGS - 27-year-old Jarome Brown and 47-year-old Terrance Price allegedly started fighting in Parkersburg, with both men injured, Brown was transported to the hospital with knife wounds.
Sgt. Greg Collins told media the men involved were not cooperative.
Brown and Price signed waivers saying they wouldn't press charges against each other. That doesn't mean officials will let this case go without charges.