DAVENPORT, Iowa (KWQC) - UPDATE 4/15: One man is in custody following an incident at a Davenport gas station.
Police say on Sunday, April 14, they were called to the Kwik Shop at 303 West Locust Street in reference to a disturbance.
Police tell TV6 that there was a domestic incident between a son and his mother's boyfriend in the 1500 block of Ripley Street. Police say the son had a knife and "possibly assaulted" his mom's boyfriend. Police say the son's mom stepped in in an attempt to break up the fight and she was assaulted as a result.
The son then ran to the Kwik Shop, according to police, where he assaulted the clerk and damaged a television. The other man who was involved left before police arrived.
The son has been identified as 27-year-old Jacob Mitchell, of Davenport.
Documents show that after police responded to the Kwik Shop it was determined that Mitchell was in possession of a device "that directs an electric current, impulse, wave or beam producing a high voltage pulse designed to immobilize a person." Police say the device was used on a female employee at the Kwik Shop and that Mitchell tried to use the device on another worker but they were able to get away.
Police say Mitchell does not have a permit or legal authority to carry that device.
Mitchell is charged with Assault While Displaying a Weapon, Carrying Weapons, Criminal Mischief 3rd-degree, Domestic Assault with Injury and Going Armed With Intent.
He is currently in custody on a $10,000 bond.
UPDATE 10:50 p.m.: Neighbors tell TV6 a woman was stabbed by "a partner" near Harrison and Locust Sunday evening.
Davenport police confirmed the stabbing. Neighbors tell TV6 the victim somehow got to the Kwik Shop where police were called.
Kwik Shop closed as a result of the stabbing investigation. The victim's name and the condition have not been released.
ORIGINAL: Davenport Police are on the scene of a reported stabbing near the Kwik Shop near Locust and Harrison.
A police sergeant could not provide us with any more information, including a victim's condition.
A TV6 crew on the scene can see a large police presence. This is a developing story and we will update it as we get more information.