(03/24/2010)
FATAL STABBING - One man is dead and another is in the hospital following an early morning stabbing in Monongalia County.

The Monongalia County Sheriff's Department says two brothers got into a dispute around 2:30 a.m. at the Mileground Trailer Park.

Larry Mayle Jr. of Morgantown got into a physical altercation and stabbed his brother William Mayle, police say.

William Mayle was dead at the scene, early Tuesday.

Larry Mayle Jr. fled the scene, but was picked up later. He has been arrested for murder.

MAN ARRESTED IN STABBING - Investigators in Harrison County say 37 year-old Charles Walters of West Union has been arrested in the murder of 62 year-old Kenneth Gillis.

Walters is accused of stabbing Gillis several times inside a home on Sardis Road, Sunday.

Walters is charged with first degree murder.

EARLY MORNING SHOOTING - a man was hospitalized and another under arrest in an early morning shooting incident in Huntington, Sunday.

Police arrested Marcus J. Wilson, 26, of Huntington, according to a news release from the Huntington Police Department.

Wilson has been charged with malicious wounding.

Robbery could be the motive, say police.

The victim is Glenn Jermaine Doran, 36, of Inkster, Mich., who received several gunshot wounds to the upper body.

Doran was in serious condition.

MAN SHOT IN ABDOMEN - A Charleston man who had been shot in the abdomen walked to a house around the corner on Charleston's West Side.

Police think the man was shot inside a local bar.

The bullet, which came from a small-caliber gun, went through the man's abdomen.

MAN SHOT IN BLUEFIELD - State Police say a Virginia man was reportedly shot three times outside a Bluefield nightclub, early Tuesday.

Police responded to a car in the ditch and found John Michael Hughes, 20, of Martinsville, Va. Hughes had apparently been shot three times outside Sweet Dreams Gentleman's Lounge.

The incident remains under investigation.


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