BODY FOUND IN GARBAGE CAN ALONG I-64 - A body was discovered in a large garbage can yesterday along I-64.

Police said a Division of Highways worker found the garbage can that was sealed with duct tape with blood on it.

The unidentified body, gender unknown, was taken to the State Medical Examiner's Office.

Cabell County Sheriff Tom McComas said the garbage can was found a few feet from the Interstate.

MAN SHOT SEVEN TIMES - Arrest warrants have been issued for several individuals after a near-fatal shooting on Charleston's West Side Saturday.

The men, in their teens and early 20s, are being charged for the attempted murder of their cousin, Ronald Terrell, Jr., 22, of Montgomery.

Terrell was shot seven times in the torso.

Police are not sure what prompted the shooting.

He is in critical condition at the intensive-care unit at CAMC General Hospital.

WILLIAMSON MOTEL ROBBED TWICE IN TWO DAYS - The South Williamson Super 8 Motel was robbed around 12:45 a.m. Monday morning, the second time in two days.

On April 27, a tall male subject wearing a grey hoodie, jogging pants and boots was accompanied by another male subject appearing to police to be around 15 years of age.

The older one leaped across the counter demanding cash while brandishing a knife.

On Saturday, April 25, 911 received a call around 4:15 a.m. reporting the business had just been robbed. The robber got away with an undisclosed amount of cash.

JACKSON MAN ARRESTED IN HOLDUP - Charleston police arrested a Jackson County man they think robbed a West Side convenience store.

Police arrested 34-year-old Walter Cavender of Ravenswood and charged him with first-degree robbery.

The man walked into the 7-Eleven convenience store about 3:45 a.m., held his hands under his clothes as if he had a gun and demanded cash.

MAN WANTS HIS KEYS - Bradley Keith Bowens, 35, of Verdunville, was arrested in Logan County by State Police for brandishing a weapon, shooting within 500 feet of a dwelling and public intoxication.

The report said Bowens had been drinking much of the night and went out to his truck and tried to drive off.

Bowens' wife took his keys so he could not leave, but Bradley stayed in the vehicle and took out a Taurus .38 Special revolver and fired it twice.

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