(09/25/2007)
MURDER-SUICIDE IN UPSHUR - Two people were killed in Upshur County in what police are saying is an apparent murder-suicide.

Sheriff's deputies responded to a domestic dispute in Tallmansville.

A man, later identified as 34-year-old Thomas Sargent, was holding a gun to his estranged wife's head in the front yard, deputies said.

As deputies approached Sargent shot his wife, Mary Jane Sargent, 43, then stepped near the back door and shot himself.

PRESTON MAN STABS WIFE - A Preston County man is in custody after allegedly stabbing his wife several times.

Pennsylvania State police pulled over 28-year-old Joshua McClelland Tuesday for driving erratically on Interstate 79 in Greene County, PA.

After pulling him over police say his five-year-old son pointed at a bloody knife on the floor and told the officer that his dad stabbed his mom in the back.

Preston County Chief Deputy Jeff Roberson found 25-year-old Angela McClelland with multiple stab wounds. She was flown by helicopter to Ruby Memorial Hospital where she is now listed in fair condition.

Joshua McClelland is in the Greene County Jail on DUI charges.

HUNTINGTON WOMAN SHOT - A woman was shot in Huntington and police have been all over the neighborhood figuring out what's going on.

Police said the victim was shot at one house on 11th Avenue near 20th Street, but she was able to get to another house for help.

She has been identified as Sparkle Wade.

Wade has survived so far. She was taken to Cabell Huntington Hospital and is listed in critical condition.

DAIRY MART HOLDUP - Clarksburg police have arrested two men who they say robbed the Adamston Dairy Mart - Jonathon Carter, 21 of Bridgeport and Chris Monroe, 21 of Clarksburg.

Investigators say Carter and Monroe walked into the store early in the morning, demanded money from the cashier, took some food and left.

The robbery was caught on surveillance cameras.


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