North Carolina inmate assaults officer with pen, jail officials say 04/23/2020 10:20 am PDT Comments WGHP / Randolph County via WGHP: RANDOLPH COUNTY, N.C. (WGHP) -- An Asheboro man has been charged with assault after allegedly trying to stab a detention officer with an ink pen. On Monday, while confined at the Randolph County Detention Center, inmate Kevin Matthew Coleman allegedly assaulted a detention officer who was attempting to secure Coleman in a housing cell. During the altercation, Coleman grabbed the officer's ink pen and attempted to stab the officer, authorities say. Multiple officers responded to assist. Coleman was charged with felony assault with a deadly weapon on a government official and misdemeanor resist obstruct and delay an officer of his duties. MORE: Asheboro man charged with assault after trying to stab detention officer with ink pen - WGHP #AssaultWithADeadlyWeapon #Felony #Greensboro #Incarcerated #Incarceration #LawEnforcement #NorthCarolina #Obstruction #WGHP Related Stories Ex-Oklahoma corrections cadet accused of sexually assaulting inmates Ohio corrections officer pleads guilty in assault of inmate 2 inmates kill L.A. man in high-security Sacramento prison 'Freezer Mom' accused of throwing her feces, urine at corrections officer Fired corrections officer arrested in Indiana jail trafficking investigation Inmate admits killing child molesters, says warning to staff ignored Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.