By CARL SMITH
Deputies arrested a suspect Thursday night after he allegedly stabbed a victim and rammed two cars.
On Thursday at 8 p.m., deputies responded to the Fish Shack, located at 2230 Old West Point Road, after an aggravated assault complaint was reported.
At the scene, deputies found two victims injured in the assault.
The suspect fled on foot to a pasture near the scene after the incident.
Deputies located the suspect with a thermal imaging device provided by the Oktibbeha Volunteer Fire Department after setting up a perimeter around the area.
Harrell Lindsey Sr., of 1695 Stowood Road, was arrested and charged with three counts of aggravated assault.
According to a release, investigators believe a fight broke out between Lindsey and another individual following an argument. One victim was stabbed in his torso, according to the report.
Witnesses reported Lindsey jumped into his vehicle and rammed two other automobiles, one of which was occupied at the time of the collision. The second victim was cut and bruised during the ramming.
As of Sunday, Lindsey was in custody at the Oktibbeha County Jail. Jailers said his bond has yet to be set.
The Oktibbeha County Sheriff’s Department encourages anyone with information about this or any other crime to contact the department at (662) 323-2421, the investigations unit at (662) 324-8484, Starkville Police Department at (662) 323-4134 or Golden Triangle Crime Stoppers at (800) 530-7151.