DOUBLE SHOOTING IN CHARLESTON - Police are searching for a motive and the suspects behind a double shooting on Charleston's west side.

Charleston Police say 55-year-old Norris Dean of Charleston was inside a house when three men apparently forced their way inside and shot him.

The suspects then shot 22-year-old Sean Carter outside the house.

Dean is listed in critical condition in a Charleston hospital.

LINCOLN COUNTY WOMAN STABS SISTER - A Lincoln County woman has been arrested for allegedly stabbing her sister.

The stabbing happened in Harts community.

Police found Delenda Ortiz, 30, of Harts, unresponsive and bleeding from a knife wound.

The stabbing happened at the home of Dwayne Mullins, 48, of Harts.

Mullins said the victim's sister, Rebecca Adams, 41, of Harts, stabbed her and left the scene.

Mullins was arrested for obstructing officers in the performance of their duties because he was "verbally being a nuisance," said State Police.

He was then charged with fleeing on foot in addition to domestic assault and domestic battery.

Police found Adams at another residence later that evening.

As officers were trying to arrest Adams, she pulled out a knife and cut the forearm sleeve of an officer's uniform.

Adams was charged with two counts of malicious wounding and one count of unlawful assault on a police officer.

PAWN SHOP HEIST - A Follansbee man has been arrested in connection with the armed robbery of a Wellsburg pawn shop last week.

Charles Ryan Latimer, 22, of Follansbee, has been charged with first-degree armed robbery for allegedly entering the Pawnee Shop on Charles Street, striking a clerk there with a lead pipe and fleeing with cash.

DRIVE-BY SHOOTING - Cabell County Sheriff Deputies say 21-year-old Jason Edwards was shot outside a house in Culloden.

Edwards told deputies that two shots were fired at him from a black Chevrolet Silverado extended cab pickup truck that pulled up beside him.

He says the first shot missed, but the second shot hit him in the leg.

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