According to officer Evie West of the Cleveland Police Department, police are looking for Aaron Lawson, 32, who allegedly stabbed Travis Miller, 26, after a verbal altercation turned physical.
West reported CPD officer Billy Cochran responded to Talk of the Town located at 2330 Georgetown Road.
When he arrived, Cochran found Miller had been stabbed in the lower left abdominal area.
Miller and his brother Troy said he and Lawson had been in a verbal argument inside the establishment and management asked them to leave.
According to West, the brothers left to go to their vehicle and Lawson reportedly approached, allegedly stabbing Travis Miller.
Lawson then fled the scene, according to West.
Travis Miller was taken to SkyRidge Medical Center for treatment.
A warrant for aggravated assault was issued for Lawson’s arrest, according to West.
Anyone having information regarding his whereabouts is asked to contact the Cleveland/Bradley County Wanted Persons Hotline at 728-7311 and follow the prompt to reach a dispatcher.
n A Bradley County deputy arrested one person who was wanted by Cleveland Police for failure to pay restitution, a violation of probation, regarding the theft of $24,000 in fuel, according to detective Matt Jenkins of the Cleveland Police Department.
Kinney B. Geren pleaded guilty recently and was to pay the proprietor of a local convenience store. A warrant was issued for his arrest after he reportedly failed to pay.
Geren was taken into custody Friday by deputy Mario Santos.
Officials continue to search for Hubert Doyle Gibson, who is wanted on auto burglary charges, according to Jenkins.
Jenkins said Gibson worked in unison with his wife, Deborah Gibson, to burglarize vehicles in parking lots.
Jenkins said investigation revealed Deborah Gibson would divert the car owner’s attention while Hubert Gibson would enter the vehicles. Deborah Gibson has been arrested in the case, Jenkins said.
Anyone having information regarding Gibson should call the Cleveland/Bradley County Wanted Persons Hotline at 728-7311.