UPDATE: One charged in Meadow Bridge stabbing case

UPDATE 2/9/2018 @ 5:50 AM

MEADOW BRIDGE, W. Va. (WVNS) -- One person has been charged with malicious wounding after a reported stabbing in Meadow Bridge. 

Hubert "Lee" Fox has been arrested and is now in jail on felony charges. 

Deputies said Fox stabbed Reggie Redden several times causing non-life threatening injuries at a home on Sewell Creek Road. Deputies said they found Fox severely beaten with cuts to his head.

Deputies originally believed Redden, who left the scene, was the suspect in the case- but after talking to him, they found Redden was the victim.

Fox was also booked on two outstanding warrants for Domestic Battery from an unrelated incident. 

He is now being held in the Southern Regional Jail. 


UPDATE 2/8/2018 @ 10:45 

MEADOW BRIDGE, W. Va. (WVNS) -- Fayette County Deputies have found the second man involved in a reported stabbing in the Meadow Bridge area. 

Deputies said they found Reggie Redden Tuesday night. Deputies originally believed Redden was the suspect in the case, but after talking to him, they now believe he may be the victim. 

The stabbing happened on Sewell Creek Road on Tuesday, February 6. When deputies arrived, they found Lee Fox severely beaten with cuts on his face. Redden had left the scene before authorities arrived. 

No arrests have been made in this incident.  Now that both men involved have been found, deputies are working to see if any charges will be filed. 


MEADOW BRIDGE, W.Va. (WVNS) - At least one man is in the hospital after a fight involving weapons. 

The Fayette County Sheriff's Department tells us it happened shortly after 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 6. 

Deputies responded to a call about a possible stabbing on Sewell Creek Road in Meadow Bridge.

When they arrived, deputies found a severely beaten man on the porch of the property. Lee Fox had cuts on his face that may have been made with a knife. 

A witness reportedly told deputies they saw Fox fight another man, Reggie Redden. Fox allegedly stabbed Redden in the back of the head. 

Redden fled the scene before deputies arrived. 

However, hospitals in the area have been put on alert in case he shows up to treat his injuries. 

Fox was transported to the Raleigh General Hospital for treatment. 

If you have any information regarding this incident, contact the Fayette County Sheriff's Department. 

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