PASTOR MURDERED FOR HIS GUNS - The Wayne County Sheriff has filed murder warrants for two AWOL soldiers who had been in Iraq and had been staying at a Wayne County residence with a fellow soldier.

The accused men fled from a Wayne County house Friday.

Police are looking for Stephen Wilson of Cincinnati and Daniel Smith of Newport News, Virginia, accused of murdering Huntington pastor Mark McCalla.

McCalla's body was found shot to death at a shooting range at the Beech Fork Lake Wildlife Management Area last week.

Police say both men are AWOL from US Army at Fort Drum, NY. They should be considered armed and dangerous.

Investigators confiscated a number of guns and a car with New York license plates.

The Wayne County sheriff says he believes the motive of the murder was robbery because some of the guns confiscated appeared to have belonged to McCalla.

A tipster said she saw a car with New York plates near the crime scene the morning Rev. McCalla was killed.

The search for both men continues. The suspects could be on foot.

HUSBAND'S GIRLFRIEND STABS HIS WIFE - A fight over a man ended in a stabbing in Charleston's West Side Thursday.

Amy Woolwine told police she was stabbed by her husband's girl friend, Samantha Barnette.

Barnette was arrested a few blocks away and charged with malicious wounding.

Woolwine's husband, Clayton Woolwine, is charged with accessory to malicious wounding.

Amy Woolwine was taken to CAMC, her condition is unknown.

WAYNE COUNTY STABBING -Police in Texas have made an arrest in connection with a Wayne County stabbing death.

Police say 47-year-old Jimmy Russell Davis was arrested in Brazoria County Texas.

Davis, who is from Angier, North Carolina, is being charged with the murder of 43-year-old Michael Smith of Crum. He died June 5.

Family members told police that Smith was stabbed on Crum Hollow Road in rural Wayne County back on May 26.

The motive for the stabbing has not been released.

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