One Arrested After Man Shows Up At Franklin County Courthouse With Stab Wounds

OZARK, Ark. (KFSM) — Police have arrested an Ozark man for allegedly stabbing a man Wednesday (July 24) and another is wanted for questioning.

Courthouse employees called police around 8 a.m. after Charles Casey Fisher, 39, of Mulberry showed up at the Franklin County Courthouse bleeding from several stab wounds.

Shane Walker

Police arrived and found the man had been stabbed about six times. However, police said they believed the man was under the influence.

They said the man kept telling conflicting stories of where and how he was stabbed, Bramlett said.

Later in the morning, police arrested Colby Hutchinson, 27, in connection with first-degree battery. Authorities are still looking for Earl Shane Walker, also of Ozark, to question him about the incident.

Police warn not to try and capture Walker. Anyone with more information is asked to call police at 479-667-2233.

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