A Camdenton man faces three felony counts and a misdemeanor charge after allegedly attacking another man with a knife. Adam Holloway was apparently attempting to remove property from a residence when the victims claimed he started taking items that didn’t belong to him. When they confronted Holloway, they allege that he pulled a knife and cut one of them on the hand several times. They were able to barricade Holloway in a shed to contain him, but say he destroyed it trying to get out. Deputies recovered a folding knife that had been taped to create a fixed blade. That’s allegedly the knife that was used in the attack. Holloway is charged with first-degree assault, armed criminal action, and unlawful use of a weapon motivated by discrimination. He was charged with a misdemeanor for property damage relating to the damages to the shed.