A man has been arrested on a slew of charges after a malicious wounding incident on Christmas Eve.
According to the Logan County Sheriff’s Office, deputies received multiple tips about the whereabouts of Nathan Meade in the Buffalo Creek area of Logan County.
Meade was wanted by deputies following a malicious wounding incident in the county on Christmas Eve. While following up on leads, the victim’s son involved in the malicious wounding incident and was able to locate the vehicle that was driven from the scene.
The vehicle was located at a residence in Spice Creek, WV in Logan County.
Deputies received information that the defendant’s girlfriend Kelsey Grimmett would be traveling from the Buffalo Creek area to where the defendant was staying. Officers began surveillance the defendant’s girlfriend, Kelsey Grimmett, who returned to the residence in Spice Creek where the vehicle was located at.
The Logan County Sheriffs Department assisted by the West Virginia State Police (Logan Detachment) returned back to the residence in Spice Creek.
Officers found that the defendant, Nathan Meade, was inside the residence hiding upstairs under clothing items. The defendant was located without incident upstairs of the residence Wednesday and was later transported to the Logan County Sheriffs Department for processing.
The Logan County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Nathan Meade for outstanding warrants of domestic battery, domestic assault, strangulation, malicious wounding and assault.
Meade is currently incarcerated in the Southwestern Regional Jail.