A West Virginia man was charged on Wednesday after using a Samurai sword to stab two other West Virginians.
Police responded to a reported stabbing around 11:00 am on Hamilton Addition Road near White Sulpher Springs.
Officers said Charles E. Brandon III, 41, of White Sulpher Springs, used a Samurai sword and stabbed Shawn Martin, 31, and Brenda Brooks, 57.
Police say Brooks and Martin were taken to a medical facility for treatment of their injuries.
Brandon was charged with two counts of malicious wounding and is in the Southern Regional Jail on a $10,000 bond.