(09/14/2012)
HARRISON STABBING - The Harrison County Sheriff's Department has arrested a Sun Valley woman and charged her with malicious wounding. She is in North Central Regional Jail.

Jessica McCoy, 37, stabbed her husband, Christopher McCoy, 37, according to the Harrison County Sheriff's Department. He was flown to Ruby Memorial Hospital with a stab wound to his lower back.

The sheriff said the pair may have been estranged.

Marano wasn't clear on their relationship status. Christopher McCoy has been treated and released from Ruby Memorial Hospital.

BOUNTY HUNTER ARRESTED FOR GUN SALE - Charleston Police arrested a self-described bounty hunter from Wyoming County after they said he attempted to sell several guns, including one that had been reported stolen at gas station.

Charles Kevin Cook, 39, of Pineville, was charged with transferring and receiving stolen goods and possessing illegal police lights on his vehicle, according to a criminal complaint.

Police saw Cook apparently selling guns to two people, and also allegedly found about 15 high-powered rifles and handguns, according to the complaint. They said that Cook had working blue lights installed to the front and rear of his vehicle.

Police discovered an Intratec AB-10, also known as a Tec-9, that was registered stolen by police in New Albany, Ind.

WHEELING WOMAN CHARGED - A woman accused of being the getaway driver during an attempted robbery of a Wheeling pharmacy that turned fatal has been charged with murder.

Melody Fisher pleaded not guilty to all charges.

Investigators said on May 25, Kevin Walnoha showed a gun while trying to rob the Elm Grove Pharmacy, but was shot and killed by a pharmacist.

Police said Fisher and Walnoha acted together in the crime and Fisher later admitted she was with Walnoha before the robbery and essentially was the getaway driver.

Fisher is at West Virginia Northern Regional Jail pending bond.


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