(08/14/2010)
ATTEMPTED MURDER-SUICIDE IN BOONE - A Boone County man is dead and his wife is in serious condition after an attempted murder suicide.

The Boone County Sheriff's Department says it appears that Nathaniel Porter, 36, shot his wife and then turned the gun on himself.

Porter died from the gunshot, with his wife, 34-year-old Wendy Porter, is in very serious condition.

DOMESTIC GUNFIRE LANDS MAN IN JAIL - A domestic dispute landed a Sissonville man in jail after he shot a pistol into the air and the ground during a dispute with his wife.

Benjamin Honaker and his wife, Tiffany, both 26, drove to his parents' house in Sissonville to pick up some school paperwork for their son, according to the Kanawha County Sheriff's Department.

Tiffany Honaker told police she and her husband got into an argument at the residence. Her husband went into the residence, got a pistol, came back outside and started firing the pistol into the air and the ground while threatening her, police reported.

Police said the Honakers' children and Tiffany Honaker's sister were in the car while the suspect was shooting the gun.

Benjamin Honaker was charged with wanton endangerment and is in South Central Regional Jail.

MAN IN DISPUTE WITH OFFICER - A Sistersville man is facing additional charges after allegedly attempting to disarm a sheriff's deputy and escaping the sheriff's office after a hearing in Tyler County.

Sabastian Rosenlieb, 20, of Sistersville, plead guilty to malicious assault and reckless driving stemming from a September 2009 incident near Middlebourne where he ran a 17-year-old driver off the road and stabbed him in the arm with a knife.

After Roesenlieb was taken into custody, he allegedly attempted to disarm a deputy and made it as far as the parking lot where he was apprehended.

Additional charges on Rosenlieb now include escape, attempting to disarm a police officer and battery on a police officer. His bond is set at $1.5 million.

He currently being lodged in the North Central Regional Jail.

FIGHT OVER MONEY - A fight over money sent a man to the hospital Friday, according to Clarksburg police.

Police said two men were arguing both in and outside of a home.

The first man was reportedly hit in the face multiple times.

He then stabbed the second man in the back of the thigh with a pocket knife.

The first man said he had owed his friend money for months, but didn't expect him to show up at his home Friday demanding it back.


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