RANDOMLY SHOOTING - A Milton man is facing several charges after police say slug from a shotgun he fired in his bedroom ended up in a neighbors house.

Police charged 41-year-old Brett McComas with wanton endangerment and discharging a firearm within 500 feet of a dwelling.

The criminal complaint says two shots were fired from the pump style shot gun.

No one was hurt in the residence across the street where one of the rounds ended up.

McComas claimed he accidentally fired the gun, but police say the gun had to be manually reloaded to fire more than one shot.

SHOE STORE HOLD-UP - Huntington Police responded to an armed robbery at a shoe store in Huntington.

911 said Payless Shoes along Route 60 East in Huntington had been robbed.

The man then took off into the woods near the store with cash.

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