CHARGES IN MURDER OF BURIED MAN - Three men are behind bars charged with the murder of Joshua Oberg, 29, of Buckhannon, who's been missing for several months.

State Police got a tip Monday about a shallow grave in Upshur County and found skeletal remains just off of Bull Run Road.

Police arrested Rodolpho Villagomez, 32, of Buckhannon, Robert Siron III, 30, of Weston and Jesse Heater, 28, of Buckhannon, charging them with first degree murder.

The remains have been sent to the Medical Examiner's Office for positive identification.

"DANGEROUS" MAN ROBS 7-11 - South Charleston police are looking for a man they say robbed a 7-11 store early Wednesday morning, saying they consider him very dangerous and unstable.

Police say a man armed with a gun walked in at 2:45 a.m. and demanded cash and took off with a small amount of money.

No one was hurt in the incident.

Police say Elswick was at the store earlier in the night and made a purchase, but then came back to rob the store.

They say during his robbery, witnesses say he had an emotional break-down but decided to go through with his plan.

Authorities say the prime suspect in this case is Jeremy Elswick.

They consider him armed, very dangerous and "unstable."

Elswick had been in trouble in the past, he recently got out of prison.

He was sentenced to 1-10 years in prison on charges in 2010, after confessing to stealing a truck from the Bayer CropScience Plant, breaking into a home, and then crashing the truck into a creek.

MON COUNTY SHOOTING - The Monongalia County Sheriff's Department has served warrants on a suspect in a shooting on Sunday.

According to a press release from the sheriff's department, Shaun Helmick, 31, of Mannington has been charged with malicious wounding and wanton endangerment.

Police say Helmick shot Jeremiah Fetty, 34 of Fairmont, on Saint Leo Road in Monongalia County on Sunday, following what authorities describe as a verbal and physical confrontation between several males.

Fetty remains in the hospital.

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