WVU STUDENT STABBED - A former West Virginia University student stabbed a current student in Morgantown shortly before 4 a.m. Saturday, according to Morgantown police.

Corey Houston White, 21, stabbed John Williams, 20, both from Beckley, following an argument. Police say they were socializing with friends when a fight broke out and White stabbed Williams.

Williams, a current WVU student, was stabbed once in the abdomen and transported to Ruby Memorial Hospital.

Police said White also held the knife to the neck of another victim shortly before the fight broke out. Deanna Janelle Cristantiello, 20, of Clifton, NJ, was not hurt in that attack.

White has been charged with malicious wounding and attempted malicious wounding.

Another WVU student, Jonathan Serino, 21, of Cool Ridge, refused to cooperate with police and withheld evidence, police said. Serino has been charged with obstructing an officer and public intoxication.

HUNTINGTON HOME INVASION - Police are investigating a home invasion in Huntington at 3 a.m. Sunday.

911 says two men, armed with guns, broke down the door of a house on 5th Avenue and once inside, took money and guns.

The man and woman who lived in the home did not get hurt.

ROBS 7-11 - FLEES ON BIKE - South Charleston Police are looking for a man who robbed a Charleston 7-11 store and then took off on a bicycle.

The robbery happened on Chestnut Street and Kanawha Turnpike around 5 p.m. Sunday.

Investigators say a man walked into the store with a gun and demanded money and then took off on a bicycle with the cash.

HUNTINGTON STABBING - Police are investigating a stabbing in Huntington shortly before 2 a.m. Saturday. Police found 49-year-old Rachael Browning with a stab wound to her neck.

They say Browning was stabbed during a fight with another woman with alcohol appearing to be a factor.

Browning was taken to St. Mary's Hospital where she is listed in stable condition.

So far, police have not made an arrest in the incident.

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