ARGUMENT LEADS TO GUNFIRE - Kanawha County officials said a shooting happened after a chance encounter between two people who had a history.

One man was arrested and another was hospitalized after gunfire at Pinch.

The victim, Lucas Scott Burdette, 23, was shot in the arm, the bullet going through. The suspect, Corey Roush, 22, called 911 to turn himself in shortly after the shooting.

He was arrested and charged with malicious wounding.

TEEN SHOOTS SELF ACCIDENTALLY - A Randolph County teen was accidentally shot Sunday, according to the Randolph County Sheriff's Office.

Bradley Grey, 18, of Coalton, was inside his house cleaning his military style bolt-action rifle, when it discharged and shot him in the abdomen.

He was flown by helicopter to Ruby Memorial Hospital in Morgantown and is now listed in stable condition.

HOLD-UP ARTIST QUICKLY ARRESTED - A Parkersburg man was arrested Monday within minutes of allegedly robbing the Pike Street Speedway.

Sergeant B.A. Pickens with the Wood County Sheriff's Office says they got a call about an armed robbery at Speedway on Pike Street, across from Walmart.

Sergeant Pickens says there were two witnesses.

The witness inside the store saw the suspect pull a knife on the clerk, trying to get money, that's when she left the store and went to her car.

When the suspect got in his car and drove off, the two witnesses followed him in their vehicle.

When the suspect hit a red light at the intersection Rayon and Gihon, Parkersburg Police and a Sheriff's Deputy pulled the suspect over.

They arrested 20-year old Joshua Cale, recovering the money and the knife.

Cale is being charged with armed robbery.

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