(06/30/2009)
POLICE CAR SHOT - A St. Albans police officer was shaken up after the back window of his cruiser was shot out.

It happened while Lt. Mike Matthews was responding to a call on Kanawha Terrace.

The department is now on alert in case that cruiser was intentionally targeted.

FAIRMONT MURDER - Police in Fairmont are continuing their investigation into a fatal shooting last weekend.

Christopher Martin, 21, was gunned down and Samuel Rollins, 18, remains in custody. He has been charged with first-degree murder.

TEEN SHOOTS FAMILY MEMBER - A teenager is in trouble after reportedly shooting a family member.

The Raleigh County Sheriff's Department reports the juvenile shot Grant Runyon, 18, in the leg, not a life threatening injury.

The shooting is under investigation.

PA MAN KILLS LEWIS COUNTY HUNTER - A Lewis County Grand Jury could consider charges against a Pennsylvania hunter, accused of killing a West Virginia hunter in April.

Lewis County Prosecuting Attorney Gary Morris says he anticipates pursuing a case against 58-year old Robert Tobias of Millersburg, Pennsylvania on charges of involuntary manslaughter and wanton endangerment.

Tobias reportedly confessed to firing the shot that killed 31-year old Shawn Stewart of Walkersville.

It was a fatal blast to Stewart's head that happened on the first day of spring gobbler season.

Stewart had been hunting with friends in the Vandalia Bay Area of the Stonewall Jackson Wildlife Management Area.

Police used an article of hunting clothing found near the scene to track down Tobias as their lead suspect.

Involuntary manslaughter is a misdemeanor charge.

DRIVE-BY SHOOTING - Police in Morgantown are investigating a drive-by shooting.

Police responded to a shots fired call.

The callers knew the man who drove by their house in a white Toyota and fired two shots at them.

20-year-old David Robertson III, was arrested and charged with wanton endangerment.

When police apprehended Robertson, they found a loaded 9 millimeter hand gun in the car.

GAMING PARLOR HOLD-UP - The search continues for three suspects following an armed robbery in Wayne County at a gaming parlor.

They are looking for a male in his 30s, with a beard, an Atlanta hat and a white t-shirt; a female with a blond pony tail and another female in her 30s.

They got away with an undetermined amount of cash.

Police say they should be considered armed and dangerous.

MARTINSBURG BANK HOLD-UP - The Martinsburg Police Department is searching for a male who robbed First United Bank & Trust.

The bank teller told officers that a black male entered the business and presented a note and demanded money. The teller complied with the demand, and the suspect then left the area on foot.


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