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Five hurt in Berkeley Co. bar brawl

September 26, 2005

INWOOD, W.Va. - Four people were stabbed and another was hit, possibly with a baseball bat, during a disturbance at Lobo's nightclub in Inwood early Saturday, according to the Berkeley County Sheriff's Department.

Deputies were notified about 1:44 a.m. of a fight at the club with people being stabbed, a news release from the sheriff's department said.

The bar is off Pilgrim Street near the Food Lion supermarket, police said.

Deputy T.E. Boyles arrived at the bar and found three people with stab wounds, the release said. The victims were taken to City Hospital in Martinsburg, W.Va.

Deputies later discovered two more people were injured. One was stabbed and the other was hit, possibly with a baseball bat, the release said. Those victims also were taken to City Hospital, the release said.


The alleged assailants in the incident fled in a white van, which a West Virginia State Police trooper later stopped on W.Va. 51, the release said.

Two men, Emerson D. Perez and Daniel D. Ordenana, both of Martinsburg, W.Va., were charged with malicious wounding, Boyles said Sunday.

Boyles said he was not sure of the names of the victims because of a language barrier. Their injuries did not appear to be life-threatening, Boyles said.

An investigation was continuing, Boyles said.

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