UPDATE (10/25/16 6:00 AM):

Nearly three months later, a Charleston man wanted for stabbing a driver in Sissonville in late July has been arrested in Shelby County, Ohio.

He stole a car at gunpoint and lead police on a high-speed chase, before shooting at an officer.

According to WHIO in Dayton, Shelby County deputies say  27 year old Travis Wickline stole a car at gunpoint outside a grocery store.

The chase reached over 100 miles per hour before Wickline stopped, got out of the car, and shot at a deputy.

Neither the deputy or Wickline were hit, and Wickline was arrested a short time later.

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UPDATE (8/5/16 9:30 AM):

A warrant has been obtained after a man was stabbed multiple times in Sissonville early Sunday morning.

According to Kanawha County Sheriff’s Office, Travis Wickline and  Morgan Shabdue prevented Edens from leaving. Shabdue stood in front of the motorcycle as Wickline kicked it.  Wickline and Mr. Edens then fought.  When the fight was over Edens drove to a nearby residence where he realized he was more seriously injured than he initially thought.  A 911 call was placed prompting the initial response and investigation

On August 4, 2016 detectives obtained a warrant for Travis Wickline, 27 years old of Charleston, for malicious wounding.  

Anyone with information on his whereabouts or additional information about the stabbing incident is asked to call 304-357-0169


The Kanawha County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a stabbing in Sissionville.

According to a press release, a man was stabbed on Kanawha Two-Mile Road Sunday, July 31 just after midnight.

Andrew Edens, 26 of Charleston, was stabbed when he stopped riding his motorcycle to check on a vehicle in the middle of the road.  An altercation took place and Mr. Edens was stabbed multiple times.

Mr. Edens is now in stable condition.  The suspects, a male and female, drove off in a blue minivan.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective A. Pile of the Kanawha County Sheriff’s Office at 304-357-0169. 

Tips can be received by email at Tips@KanawhaSheriff.us, and online at www.kanawhasheriff.us

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