LOGAN, Ohio (WCMH) – One man is dead and two people have been arrested after the Hocking County Sheriff’s Office said the man was stabbed during a fight at a rental cabin Sunday.

The sheriff’s office responded to a call on Sullivan Road for a man possibly being stabbed. When medics arrived, they found 22-year-old Charles Starner suffering from a stab wound. Starner was flown to Grant Medical Center for treatment but was later pronounced dead.

Hocking County deputies investigating the scene discovered that the suspect may have fled the area immediately after the stabbing happened.

Shortly after being contacted by Hocking County, Fairfield County Sheriff’s Deputies made contact with a man and a woman who are persons of interest in the case. In a Monday afternoon update, the sheriff’s office says that 20-year-old Isaac Pence and 21-year-old Sabra Flagg were found in Fairfield County and arrested.

Isaac Pence (left) and Sabra Flagg (right) were arrested and charged in connection to the fatal stabbing of a 22-year-old man at a rental cabin in Hocking County. (Courtesy Photo/Hocking County Sheriff’s Office)

Pence and Flagg were taken to the Hocking County sheriff’s office and each face different charged. Pence has been charged with murder while Flagg has been charged with obstructing of justice. Both have received a $1 million bond.

The Franklin County Coroner will be performing an autopsy on the victim.

Additionally, a third person was charged and arrested for misconduct at an emergency and was released on bond.