A man allegedly made a memorable entrance to a Moundsville residence that landed him in jail facing felony charges. On Tuesday, Marshall County 911 received a call that a man, identified as Tommie Derrow, 56, had entered the caller’s home uninvited while waving two knives and saying that he had stabbed someone at his residence. Moundsville police said the caller reported that Derrow was allegedly yelling during his alleged intrusion, “Do you see them? They’re after me!” When police arrived at the scene, they found Derrow at the residence and subsequently detained him without incident. The knives were collected from the kitchen, police said. Police said the found a white powder in Derrow’s pockets that they said tested positive for amphetamine. Police also checked Derrow’s residence, but said they did not find anyone there injured. Derrow was taken to the Northern Regional Jail, where he is being held in lieu of $10,000 bond. He faces charges of burglary, brandishing deadly weapons and possession of cocaine. In an unrelated matter, police also arrested Randy Cline, 50, of Paden City, on additional charges after he was found to be in possession of a bag containing three needles and a brown bowl with white residue, which allegedly tested positive for cocaine, while he was going through an intake at the Northern Regional Jail. Cline posted $2,500 bond and is charged with aiding escape and other offenses relating to adults in custody or confinement, which is a felony.