(02/26/2007)
BECKLEY HOME INVASION - Two men entered a home in Beckley Saturday, tied up the two people who were living in the home and robbed them at gunpoint.

Investigators said a 32-year-old male was shot in the leg and suffered non-life threatening injuries.

Police are looking for two black males in their 30s. One suspect was wearing all black; the other was wearing a brown leather jacket and thick glasses.

KANAWHA JUVENILE SHOT-STABBED - A Kanawha County juvenile was shot and stabbed on Charleston's West Side outside a Rite Aid drug store.

The shooter-suspect is Jamar Sutton, 18, a 5-foot-7-inch, 145 pound black male with a medium complexion and his hair done in cornrows.

A 17-year-old boy was shot once in the chin and once in the stomach, according to police. He had the bullet in his stomach removed at Charleston Area Medical Center's General Hospital.

Police have a video from the Rite Aid store that shows the victim standing in the doorway of the store with his sweatshirt hanging off his shoulder.

At least one witness told police that the victim and Jamar Sutton had been fighting for at lease 10 minutes prior to the shooting.

MEN ROB PAULA'S HOT SPOT - State police are looking for the two men who robbed a gambling outlet in Morgantown Saturday.

The men robbed a cashier at Paula's Hot Spot on Don Knotts Boulevard at gunpoint around 11:30 p.m. and got away with $300.

No customers were inside the business at the time of the robbery.

SHOTS FIRED AT VEHICLE - Two people were arrested after shots were fired at a vehicle on MacCorkle Avenue in Charleston.

Kanawha County Sheriff's Deputy R.D. Evans was patrolling MacCorkle Avenue when he saw two vehicles pull out of the Sheer Fantasy parking lot.

Evans witnessed the passenger in one vehicle hold a .45-caliber pistol out of the window and fire three shots.

He immediately stopped the vehicle and arrested the driver and passenger. While searching the car, deputies found the pistol, a baggie of marijuana and prescription pills.

The driver, Marsha Lynn Gillenwater, 31, appeared to be intoxicated, Stover said. Evans put her in the back of a patrol car, but she kicked out the rear side window.

MURDER-SUICIDE AT WEST LIBERTY - State Police are investigating the shooting deaths of an Ohio County couple. Troopers received a call about a possible murder-suicide at a home on Girty's Point Road, just outside of West Liberty.

The bodies of Craig Patterson and his wife Kimberly Patterson, both 41, were found in a bedroom, both had suffered single gunshot wounds to the head.


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