MAN STABS OFFICER - A Vienna man was arrested Saturday night after allegedly stabbing a Vienna police officer.

Reports say the officer was spared injury because he was wearing a bulletproof vest.

Donovan S. McClung, 38, of Vienna, was charged with attempted murder. His bond was set at $350,000, incarcerated at North Central Regional Jail.

Vienna officers were dispatched about 11 p.m. Saturday to a Vienna residence for a disturbance call.

Officer Jeremy Bradley arrived on scene. After knocking on the door, the door was opened by a male subject later identified as McClung, police said.

McClung allegedly thrust a knife into Bradley's abdomen area.

McClung then shut the door and barricaded himself inside the apartment and allegedly began shouting "I will kill you, I will kill all of you, call the FBI, I have been shot before," Vienna Police said.

A Special Response Team responded to the location and after negotiations with McClung were unsuccessful, the officers made entry into the residence and arrested him.

The Parkersburg Police Department SWAT Team and deputies from the Wood County Sheriff's Department also responded to the scene.

Officer Bradley was not injured because the knife did not penetrate the vest.

LINCOLN COUNTY BANK HOLD-UP - Police made an arrest in an attempted robbery at a bank at Harts, Lincoln County.

Police arrested Keith Clark of Wayne County for attempted armed robbery of Logan Bank and Trust.

Troopers say they found a duffel bag that Clark had thrown over bridge with mask, gun, and camouflage jacket.

Clark has also charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm.

KANAWHA SUSPECTS FIRE INTO HOUSE - Police are looking for three suspects believed to have fired a gun at a house on Charleston's West Side about 3 p.m. Monday.

No one was injured when the house was struck by the gunfire, said Charleston Police Lt. C.E. Sisson.

Charleston detectives discovered about seven shell casings outside and cordoned off the street to look for more evidence.

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