|GUN DISCHARGES IN BUSY RESTAURANT - A gun went off in Billy Bob's Wonderland in Cabell Country, according to Sheriff Tom McComas.|
About 70 youths, along with employees and adults were inside the restaurant and entertainment center, including the Huntington City Mission having a day camp.
"Some 10-year-olds were waiting to get on a piece of equipment and they found a gun on the floor," McComas said.
"One 10-year-old handed it to another who handed it to another. About the third 10-year-old that touched it, it discharged."
The sheriff says he does not know how the .22 caliber gun got there.
WAYNE MAN SHOT AFTER STAND-OFF - A Wayne County man was shot and killed by law enforcement after taking a "threatening" stance on the roof of his trailer and directing a weapon at police.
West Virginia State Police troopers and members of the Wayne County Sheriff's Department responded to a disturbance call in Genoa.
When officers arrived, they found Charles A. Miller, 50, on the roof of his residence armed with a handgun and a long gun.
Wayne County dispatchers said the man would not negotiate with police during the more than three-hour standoff.
Miller, according to authorities, displayed a weapon in a threatening manner and police fired at Miller, who died from his gunshot wounds.
ARMED HOLD-UP - Police are investigating an incident in Bridgeport where a man allegedly robbed a woman at gunpoint.
Brian Bretton held a woman at gunpoint around 1 a.m. Sunday at a motel, police say it appears that Bretton tried to steal money from the woman when they were in a motel room together.
Bretton is charged with first degree robbery and is in the North Central Regional Jail.
MORGANTOWN HEIST - The State Police are trying to identify a person of interest in an armed robbery in Morgantown.
Police say a man entered a store, brandished a knife, demanded money from the clerk and drove away.
The man's image was caught on TV cameras.