MONTGOMERY SHOOTING - A man is in jail after he allegedly shot and wounded another man on a Montgomery street Sunday afternoon.

Police and deputies responded to a report of gunfire in downtown Montgomery and discovered a man with gunshot wounds to his lower body.

John Kauff of the Montgomery Police Department said the victim was flown to CAMC General Hospital.

Police said Michael "Bleed" King, 24, of Montgomery, allegedly fired 16 shots.

He was charged with malicious wounding and 16 counts of wanton endangerment. He is in the South Central Regional Jail.

MAN HIGH ON BATH SALTS STABBED - A Kanawha County man who was allegedly high on bath salts was taken to the hospital early Monday after his girlfriend allegedly stabbed him.

Bath salts is synthetic drug believed to induce psychosis.

Lt. Bryan Stover of the Kanawha County Sheriff's Department said Anthony Woodfell, 41, had allegedly been shooting up bath salts and had attacked his girlfriend.

Authorities responded to a domestic call near Mink Shoals, with police indicating the woman stabbed Woodfell, trying to defend herself.

Woodfell will be charged with domestic battery.

WOMAN ROBBED IN PARKING LOT - A Charleston woman admitted in Kanawha Circuit Court Monday that she robbed a woman in the parking lot of the Mardi Gras Casino and Resort.

Ashli Logan Burdette, 27, pleaded guilty to first-degree robbery, saying she held up the 19-year-old woman and took her purse during broad daylight.

"I walked up to her window, and I told her to give me her purse, and I took it and ran," she said.

She then went to a bank, took $3,000 using a credit card and bought oxycodone pills with the money, according to court records.

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