(05/30/2012)
DRUG STORE SHOOTING - State Police say 37-year-old Kevin Lee Walnoha of Wellsburg was shot by an employee at the Elm Grove Pharmacy on Friday.

Walnoha jumped over the pharmacy counter and demanded pills at gunpoint.

A pharmacist shot Walnoha three times and he died at the scene. The pharmacist was not charged.

A woman who was waiting in a vehicle outside the pharmacy was arrested.

Police said 40-year-old Melody Fisher of Beech Bottom was charged with accessory before the fact to armed robbery and conspiracy to commit armed robbery.

PRESTON BANK HOLD-UP - Police are investigating a bank robbery in Preston County Tuesday afternoon at the WesBanco branch in Bruceton Mills.

The Preston County Sheriff's Dept. says no one was injured.

the bank was robbed shortly after 12:30 p.m. The male suspect is on the loose and authorities in Pennsylvania and Maryland have been notified.

The man left with an undisclosed amount of cash, according to a press release from the Preston County Sheriff's Department.

CABELL STABBING - One man is in jail after allegedly stabbing a woman in Cabell County on Memorial Day.

Justin Estep, 23, of Salt Rock allegedly stabbed the victim in Milton Monday morning.

Police say the victim may have been in a relationship with Estep.

He has been charged with malicious wounding and domestic battery.

MON COUNTY STABBING - Officials with the Monongalia Sheriff's Department have released the names of two men stabbed over the weekend.

20 year-old Jerred Roby and his uncle 51 year-old Brian Roby were stabbed early on Sunday morning.

Investigators say four men originally came to Jerred Robey's house on Cheat Road, stabbed him, and stole a bunch of items.

Brian, who lives next door, apparently heard the noise, came to Jerred's house and confronted the suspects.

Police say that's when he was stabbed.


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