FAMILY SHOT DURING HOME INVASION - A father and son shot during an apparent home invasion in Wayne County are in critical condition at a Huntington hospital, according to West Virginia State Police.

The incident happened Thursday night at a house between Lavalette and Huntington.

Sgt. K.S. Dickson says the victims are 62-year old Tim Rowe and his son 25-year-old Timothy Rowe.

State Police are not releasing a motive for the shooting, or any information on the alleged shooter.

WOMAN KIDNAPPED DURING HOME INVASION - An Oak Hill family was terrified after police say two men broke into their home and kidnapped their daughter.

Police say the suspects responsible for the home invasion robbery are still on the run.

The Fayette County Sheriff's Department say the men are considered armed and dangerous.

They barged through the front door, armed with guns.

Police say they bound a couple with duct tape, Daniel Jones, 52, and his wife, Michelle Jones, 45, managed to break free after the intruders left.

The Jones' daughter, Tammy, 22, was also bound with duct tape, wrapped in a blanket and forced into a car, police said.

Investigators say the woman's green Cadillac Escalade was also stolen but later was abandoned and recovered.

The victim told police she was let go at a nearby garage, unharmed.

MAN CHARGED WITH MALICIOUS WOUNDING - The Harrison County Sheriff's Department has charged Jonathan Robins, 26, of Enterprise with malicious wounding for allegedly shooting Joshua Ramsey, 20, of Hepzibah in the chest and abdomen Friday morning.

Police say Robins, Ramsey and Joseph Jones, 20, of Wallace spent the night at a Marion County bar.

Upon its closing at 2 a.m., the men returned to Robins' home in Enterprise where gun play ensued, police said.

Robins allegedly took out a gun and fired it multiple times, before Ramsey and Jones disarmed him and hid the gun.

Robins then retrieved a different gun from his bedroom and began firing it, police said.

The two men fled the home by car after Robins allegedly shot Ramsey in the chest and abdomen.

Jones allegedly lost control of the car and it landed on its side on Route 19 south in Shinnston.

HealthNet flew Ramsey to Ruby Memorial Hospital in Morgantown where he is listed in good condition.

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