Huntington man charged in Nitro stabbing
NITRO, W.Va. -- A Huntington man faces a charge of malicious wounding after stabbing another man during an early-morning fight in Nitro.
Samuel Scott Miller, 22, got into a fight with Marshall Sanders, 24, of Nitro, in the 100 block of Lock Street just before 2 a.m., according to Nitro Police Chief Brian Oxley.
Sanders was stabbed in the stomach and under his arms, police said. Miller also was hurt during the fight. Oxley said both men were taken to CAMC General Hospital.
After Miller was released from the hospital Tuesday afternoon, police charged him with malicious wounding. Bond was set at $50,000.