SHIPPENSBURG, Pa. - A Shippensburg man was arrested following a stabbing on Monday.
According to charging documents, Thomas Beam was charged with felony burglary, criminal trespassing and making terroristic threats.
Shippensburg Police said Beam was looking for his ex-girlfriend when he found her at another man's home in the 100-block of South Orange Street.
Police said he began threatening the two and eventually forced his way into the apartment. The men got into a fight, which ended after Beam was stabbed.
Beam was treated at Holy Spirit Hospital, where police said he began calling his ex-girlfriend and made threats he would kill her, himself and the man that stabbed him.
Beam is being held at Cumberland County Prison, and his bail is set at $500,000.
The resident is not facing charges.