SHOTS FIRED AT WOMEN IN CAR - Sheriff's deputies in Cabell say a woman walked into a BP gas station Sunday night in Barboursville and said she was shot. When police arrived they found the woman's car with bullet holes.

The woman, and two others, said they were driving down a road in Ona when someone shot at their car.

Two people in the car were taken to the hospital for minor injuries. Police say all three people in the car have a criminal histories.

ARMED HOLD-UP IN HUNTINGTON - An armed robbery was reported at One More Arcade, a video parlor in West Huntington.

The clerk says a man in a red hoodie, carrying a high powered revolver got away with cash from the register Monday night.

TV cameras likely caught the incident.

DELIVERY MAN HEISTED - State Police are looking for three men who robbed a delivery driver in Kanawha County near the Cabin Creek Health Center, Tuesday morning.

The driver was loading some containers on a van when a man pulled out a gun and forced him in the vehicle.

The thief allegedly drove him into a hollow in Sharon, when two other men wearing masks helped take all the items out of the van.

The alleged robbers then tied the victims wrists and ankles and threw his keys over a hillside, police said.

The victim was able to free himself and find his keys and drive back to the clinic.

Prescription drugs were reportedly taken.

MAN SHOT IN CHARLESTON - Police found a man shot to death in North Charleston.

A contractor discovered the body of Gregory Poole, 31, in the yard of a home along 2nd Avenue last Wednesday.

Investigators say Poole lived on Charleston's West Side, but had no connection to where he was found.

Charleston Police were dispatched when shots rang out during the late-night, but nothing was found at the time.

This is the second deadly crime on the north side of town in recent months.

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