2 Cold Scorpio Arrested After Stabbing Incident in Kansas City Earlier This Month

Former WWE, WCW, and ECW wrestler 2 Cold Scorpio, real name Charles Scaggs, reportedly was arrested earlier this month over a stabbing incident, according to TMZ.

It was reported that Scaggs was arrested on June 15th in Kansas City, Missouri and charges with one count of first-degree assault and one count of armed criminal action, both felony charges, following a fight with a man at the Love’s Travel Stop. It was also reported that Scaggs was working as a security guard at the store at the time of the incident.

It was also reported that Scaggs and the man got into an incident at around 3:40 AM over the man being told by Scaggs to put out a lit cigarette. The man reportedly had told authorities that he thought his cigarette was out before he entered the building but conceded that it may not have been fully extinguished. Scaggs reportedly told authorities that when he told the man that he could not smoke incident, the man responded “F you the f*** you gonna do?” and a physical incident between the two took place once they went outside.

During the fight, the man was stabbed by Scaggs, who had told authorities that he pulled a knife from his pocked and stabbed the man in self-defense. Scaggs reportedly also stated that this altercation went on for several more moments and he got in a few more stabs to the man.

Cops reportedly stated that when they arrived on the scene, the found the man who was stabbed lying on the ground and “bleeding from his head, chest, buttocks, legs and abdomen.” They reportedly also stated that the man was transported to a local hospital and he was going in and out of consciousness. It was reported that police documents stated that investigators were able to make contact with the man at the medical facility later in the day and the man claimed that Scaggs was the aggressor in the situation.

It was reported that court records stated that Scaggs was out on bond on June 16th from the Clay County Sheriff’s Office and had pleaded not guilty to the charges against him. Scaggs reportedly is currently scheduled to attend a court hearing next month.