SCHOOL SHOOTING THREAT - A Ravenswood High School teen has been detained in a juvenile detention center after police say he was threatening and plotting a school shooting.

The plot was divulged by a fellow student who notified authorities.

"The kid that came forward is, in my opinion, a hero," said Officer Tom Speece. Other students also said they had heard about the threats.

Police went to the teen's home where they collected more evidence, interviewed the teen and then arrested him.

Authorities told media that a 14-year-old boy was making several threats and told students he had a hit list and planned on walking through the front door of the school with a shotgun.

Ravenswood High was open as usual yesterday, since panic, worry and gossip spread over Facebook and Twitter Monday night, with many students not showing up to school.

MARTINSBURG POLICE SHOOT MAN - Martinsburg City Police Department say 44-year-old Douglas Butler of Martinsburg was flown to a hospital in Virginia after a Sunday shooting.

Butler is charged with attempted malicious wounding.

Police responded to a report of a person who had threatened a tenant with a sharp object and then proceeded to break his car window.

Officials say Butler then walked toward an officer with a railroad spike in his hand, which was raised above his head in a stabbing position.

Butler was shot in the chest after he did not comply with orders to drop the weapon and get on the ground.

MAN WALKS IN HOSPITAL WITH GUNSHOT WOUND - Police are investigating after a man walked into CAMC Memorial Hospital in Charleston with gunshot wounds.

They say the man had wounds to his hand and hip.

The man identified himself as Jamal Jenkins, but upon further investigation, police determined his real name to be Isaiah M. Jones, 22, of New York.

Jones refused to cooperate with the police investigation and would not say who shot him, police said.

The case is being investigated by the Kanawha County Sheriff's Department.

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