"We've had numerous issues in the past with the Sky Lounge," Cooper said. "We'll be keeping a very close eye on things again. Last summer we had several large fights, we've had shootings, shots fired, so it's been a spot that has been - been a lot of mischief come from this particular bar."
The bar was shut down for a little more than a week last September after three men were shot in a fight over a woman.
Braheem Griffin was arrested days after the shooting while eating at Sistah's Rib Shack. Griffin allegedly shot William Wallace, 34, of South Charleston, and Shawn Williams, 23, and Darryl Denson, 44, both of Charleston. All of those involved survived.
Witnesses told police Griffin fired shots at the men as they exited the bar, striking Williams and Denson while they still were inside. Griffin later pleaded guilty and was sentenced to prison.
Cooper said Sebastian Williams' injuries were not life threatening. He said the stab wound was to the center of Williams' back and appeared to be a clean wound, indicating a blade had made it.
"We're going to be working with the (Alcohol Beverage Control Administration) this week to review the incident and to see if there were any violations by the Sky Lounge," Cooper said.
"We're going to be reviewing all circumstances involved in last night's incident and review past incidents there with the ABCA."
Anyone with information can contact Charleston detectives at 304-348-6480.
Contact writer Ashley B. Craig at ashley.cr...@dailymail.com or 304-348-4850.