(08/02/2008)
SOCIAL WORKER MURDERED - State police say two Huntington residents have been charged with murdering a social worker who was making an official visit to their home.

Police say 23-year-old Steven Anthony Foster Jr. and 22-year-old Rosemary Forney are accused of killing Brenda Yeager of Hamlin, who had been reported missing after she failed to return from Wednesday's home visits.

Police say the two sexually assaulted and killed Yeager.

Her body and vehicle were moved to a nearby wooded area.

First Sgt. A.L. Cummings said state police found the body and burned vehicle Friday.

Foster's father, 51-year-old Steven Anthony Foster Sr., was charged with third degree arson, conspiracy and disposal of a body.

WESTON TEEN MURDERED - A second person has been arrested in connection with the July 27 death of a Weston teenager.

Eric Fultineer, 20, of Weston, surrendered to police Wednesday morning. He has been charged with murder that stemmed from an alleged altercation Sunday night.

Shawn Michael Allman, 19, had been discovered in the Terrace Avenue area of Weston with no pulse and not breathing.

Joshua Ryan Foster, 21, of Weston, was taken into custody Monday morning and charged with murder. He is being held without bond in the Central Regional Jail.

According to the criminal complaint Foster and Fultineer had tried to collect money from the victim, reportedly striking him.

Foster punched Allman in the back and Fultineer kicked him in the head, the report states.

Both Fultineer and Foster then left the scene.

TEEN SHOOTS AT WOMAN - A 17-year-old boy who threatened to kill a Charleston woman is charged with firing several shots at a South Hills residence.

No one was injured, but several bullet holes were found in the house, according to Charleston Police.

Whitney Lewis, 21, told police she had been in an argument with the 17-year-old about 30 minutes before.

"She wouldn't let him in and her boyfriend showed up. The juvenile then got mad, cussed everyone and threatened to come back with his gun and kill them."


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