MORGANTOWN STABBING — Morgantown police have launched an investigation into an alleged stabbing at a homeless encampment in Morgantown’s Greenmont neighborhood.

The incident happened around 3:15 p.m. on Wednesday; police officers learned a woman had stabbed a man, and both individuals had left the area.

“They located some blood near the entrance of the homeless encampment and some blood droplets near the porta potties at that location,” interim Police Chief Eric Powell said.

Officers contacted the victim around 5:30 p.m. on Spruce Street. Police questioned the victim, who fled officers after questioning.

“Before fleeing, he provided a wallet with an ID to the officer that was questioning him,” Powell said. “That wallet proved to be a stolen item taken from a vehicle here in town.”

Powell said the victim’s refusal to cooperate with authorities makes the investigation more challenging.

“Right now, it’s difficult to make a case when you’re not having a person who is an alleged victim providing you with any information or even confirming he is a victim,” Powell said.

Officers also found the suspect, but Powell said she denied any involvement in the incident and added she did not know the victim.

Police have made any arrests, but Powell said the victim will likely go to jail.

“This individual has reasons not to cooperate; he’s actually got active warrants in a couple of locations,” he said.

There will be an increased police presence around Greenmont because of the incident.

HUNTINGTON SHOOTING - A Louisville, Kentucky, man was arrested Thursday following a shooting in Huntington’s West End.

Adrian White, 24, was charged with two counts of malicious wounding, according to a Huntington Police Department news release. He also had an outstanding warrant for felony possession with intent to distribute.

Police said White was spotted in the 1200 block of Monroe Avenue before running into a residence, which officers then surrounded.

Two individuals eventually came out and were taken to Huntington Police Department headquarters for questioning, the news release said.

Officers later learned of a possible location for a third suspect near the first residence, where they eventually spotted White and took him into custody.

Larry Arnold, 43, and Sandy Haeberlin, 30 were injured in the shooting. No information on their condition was provided.

Officers said the investigation is ongoing.