|SHOOTIN' TIME - A St. Albans man has been charged after shooting a rifle 28 times within city limits.|
Logan I. Nicholas, 25, was arrested after police were dispatched to a call of shots fired.
In a bedroom in his apartment an AR-15 rifle was found. Nicholas admitted to shooting the rifle in the air.
Officers recovered 28 shell casings in the rear parking area of the apartment.
Nicholas was charged with discharging a firearm within 500 feet of a dwelling.
WAR MAN CHARGED AFTER BODY FOUND -
An arrest has been made in a McDowell County case that started with a missing persons report and was later declared a homicide.
Jesse Beavers, 22, of War has been arrested and charged with murder.
The victim, 26-year-old War resident Henry White, had been reported missing last week. His car was found yesterday afternoon on some abandoned mine property and the body was later found nearby.
He apparently died of gunshot wounds. A possible motive has not been released.
KNIFE TO THE RIBS - A Charleston man was charged with malicious wounding after police say he cut another man twice in the rib cage.
Al Dean Norlander, 36, of Charleston, cut Michael Auber with a knife early Sunday, leaving two lacerations about six inches in length along his left rib cage.
Norlander was arraigned before a Kanawha County Magistrate.
STRONG-ARM ROBBERY (WITH A GUN) - Police have arrested a Charleston man in connection with an early-morning robbery.
Tijuan Louis Tyson, 18, robbed Richard Bell, also of Charleston, about 7:40 a.m. in the 1500 block of Washington Street, according to a police report from the Charleston Police Department.
Tyson lured Bell into an alley and put a gun in his face, a police department shift commander said, stealing Bell's wallet and cell phone.
Tyson was arrested late Monday and taken to South Central Regional Jail, the police report said.