TAZWELL, Va. (WTVR) -- Officials said a man was stabbed during a fight over a parking space at a Walmart in southwest Virginia on Thanksgiving Day.
The Tazewell County Sheriff’s Office said someone called 911 Thursday evening because a man was threatening another man with a gun in the Claypool Hill Walmart parking lot.
Deputies said 61-year-old Ronnie Sharpe, of Russell County, and 35-year-old Christopher Jackson, of Jewel Ridge, started fighting over a parking space.
Deputies said when the argument escalated, Sharpe threatened Jackson with the rifle and slashed him with a knife.
Sharpe was charged with malicious wounding and brandishing a firearm.
Jackson, who had a severe knife wound on his arm, was charged with disorderly conduct and assault and battery.
Both men are being held at the Southwest Regional Jail Authority on a $5000 secure bond.