A Grantsville woman was taken to Minnie Hamilton Health Care Center shortly after 10 p.m. Thursday by Calhoun EMS, after she told authorities she was accosted by three individuals.

Reports indicated the woman had facial bruising or injuries.

The woman called 911 for assistance with Calhoun Sheriff Carl Ballengee, Chief Deputy Ron Bandy and Trooper 1st Class Jeff Hunt responding to the residence beside the Grantsville Post Office.

The alleged perpetrators left the scene.

Chief Deputy Ron Bandy responded to Mud Fork, off State Route 16, at 8 p.m. after a resident reported one or more individuals had pulled a gun on her son and nephew, making threats.

The alleged perpetrators left the scene.

Police are continuing to investigate the incidents.

Earlier in the evening, Chief Deputy Ron Bandy, arrested an individual at Big Bend for trespassing. That individual had reportedly been asked to leave the property earlier in the week.

Police are also investigating reports of stolen property and a possible entry attempt at the Army Reserve Center at Big Bend.

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