(05/30/2007)
FAIRMONT LATE-NIGHT MURDER - Fairmont City police have released the name of a man killed in a late-night murder.

Around midnight Monday, officers discovered the body of 22 year-old Derrick Deandre Osborne of Columbia, South Carolina.

Osborne was lying behind a house in the Bellview area of Fairmont. He was shot several times.

Investigators do not have any suspects. but they do have reports of a vehicle fleeing the area after shots were fired.

TWO MURDERS IN NICHOLAS - Nicholas County Sheriff's Department and the West Virginia State Police are investigating the murders of two Nicholas County residents.

Howard Delp, 73, and April Moore, 29, both of Richwood, were found dead at Delp's residence on Panther Creek Road near Nettie about 5 p.m. Monday.

The bodies were sent to the state Medical Examiner's office.

MAN LURED FROM BAR IS SHOT - Police say a suspect lured a man out of a bar then shot him.

Charleston police said they have charged a man with malicious wounding after he and another man were injured by gunfire at a West Side lounge.

Authorities say James Collins, 25, lured William Sayles, 48, outside of the Birdcage, Monday evening.

A second suspect, James Grant Morris II, 19, stepped out from behind a parked car and confronted Sayles with a shotgun, said Charleston Police.

There was a struggle between the men and Collins was shot.

Police said Sayles retreated back toward the bar but Morris was able to shoot him several times before he got inside.

Collins was arrested and charged with malicious wounding. He is in South Central Regional Jail.

A warrant for malicious wounding against Morris has also been obtained by Charleston Police, but he has not been found.

Sayles was transported to Charleston Area Medical Center, reported in stable condition.

SHOTS ON CABIN CREEK - A domestic dispute ended Monday with shots fired and nearly a dozen people arrested on Cabin Creek in Kanawha County.

Officers say the incident started after a fight at a local bar. The shots were fired at a nearby trailer.

Nobody was hit, but several of the bullets landed beside the home where several people were sitting at a picnic table.

Police took 11 people into custody.


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