A 46-year-old man wanted on charges in connection with the stabbing of three men in Myrtle Beach has been arrested, according to authorities.
Details about the arrest of Grover Douglas Haney were not immediately available Thursday morning, but police had removed him from a wanted list.
Myrtle Beach police said on Wednesday that Haney was wanted attempted murder and first-degree assault and battery. The charges stemmed from about 1 a.m. Wednesday, when police were called to 301 12th Ave. N. for an assault.
Officers found three men who had either been stabbed or cut with a knife inside the apartment, according to a police report. One of the men was stabbed and he was taken to Grand Strand Regional Medical Center. The other two men had cuts on their faces and were also taken to the hospital.
One of the victims said that his roommate was the person who attacked the three men.