MULTIPLE STABBING - Chase Daniel Sims, 21, of Proctorville OH was charged with two counts of malicious wounding in an early morning stabbing Sunday morning about 3 a.m..

According to the criminal complaint, one of the victims told police Sims had stabbed him and another victim. The complaint states one of those victims was stabbed in the abdominal region and the other in his left leg and left shoulder.

According to Huntington police, a third victim was stabbed in the neck.

Sims is currently being held at Western Regional Jail on a $100,000 bond.

FIGHT OVER WOMAN - Dunbar Police say an argument over a woman led to a man accidentally shooting himself in the leg at the Rallows Club late Saturday might.

Police say two men got into an argument over a woman.

One man allegedly pulled out a club.

The other pulled out a pistol and accidentally shot himself in the leg.

Police say the man had a carry conceal permit.

His injury is not life threatening.

The man who pulled out the club left the scene, but was arrested by police a short time later on unrelated charges.

Charges in this case could be filed.

SO. CHARLESTON HEIST - The South Charleston Police Department said officers responded to the 7-11 in the 4000 block of Kanawha Turnpike in South Charleston on Saturday after hearing reports of a robbery.

Clerks in the store told officers that a male approximately six feet tall entered the store wearing all black clothing and demanding cash.

The clerks also advised that the male had his face covered and a knife in his hand.

MAN CHARGED AFTER GUNFIRE - A Bridgeport WV man was arrested after officers said he fired a gun inside his residence early Saturday morning.

Zach Conley is charged with wanton endangerment.

Officers responded to a reported domestic dispute just before 8 a.m., Saturday morning.

Officers arrived after Conley's wife called to report the incident.

While she was placing the call Conley fired a gun inside the residence on Summit Street.

Conley initially would not exit the building, officers said it took two and one half hours for the city's special response team to end the situation.

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