MAN SHOOTS MASON WOMAN SEVEN TIMES - A Mason County man is in jail after police say he confessed to shooting a woman.

Mason County Sheriff's Deputies say Marshall Siders has admitted to shooting at Kaylahni Kensler, about 19, seven times following an argument.

She was hit five times in the chest and stomach area, and is listed in critical condition in a Huntington hospital.

Siders left the scene after the shooting, going to his mother's house where they arrested him.

He is charged with felony malicious assault and attempted murder. His bond is $1 million.

Police say Siders has a criminal history with police and was involved in a situation several years ago at Hannan High School, where he brought a gun into the school.

BLUEFIELD SHOOTING - Police in Bluefield are investigating a fatal shooting.

Bluefield Police say the shooting occurred during "an apparent robbery attempt."

The police have a person of interest in custody.

WATCH OUT NEIGHBORS - A Huntington man was taken into custody after he threatened to shoot neighbors.

Police say Robert Marks was arrested after he told neighbors he was going to shoot them. He then barricaded himself in a house.

After a period of time, he turned himself in to police peacefully.

SHOOT THE DOOR DOWN - A Sissonville husband is facing charges after he fired a gun into his front door during a fight with his wife.

A news release says Charles Labonski III was fighting with his wife when she locked him out of the house. Deputies say that's when Labonski got mad and fired a gun at the door.

No one was hurt.

Labonski took off and deputies caught up with him in St. Albans and charged him with wanton endangerment and domestic assault.

PIZZA HOUSE ROBBED - A Morgantown restaurant was robbed at gun point early Thursday morning.

It happened just after midnight at the Pleasant Street Dominos.

Police say the suspect walked in to the business, and demanded all their money while pointing a rifle at the clerk.

They fled the scene, with an unknown amount of cash.

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