POCA MAN SHOT - A Poca man was shot in the leg Monday morning at his home, according to Putnam County sheriff's deputies.

Charleston police arrested Andrew DeWayne Hodge, 29, in Charleston, saying Hodge shot Colter Anderson, 29, at about 4:45 a.m.

Police say the "ambush-style shooting" was over a domestic dispute.

According to a criminal complaint, Anderson left a trailer and was confronted by Hodge, who had previously dated his sister.

Anderson said Hodge pointed a revolver at his head and his chest and tried to shoot, but the gun misfired, according to the complaint.

Anderson was shot in the leg, and taken to CAMC General Hospital, where he was treated and released.

Hodge was arraigned in Kanawha County Magistrate Court and charged with attempted murder. His bail was set at $100,000.

MAN THREATENS TO KILL WVU FOOTBALL FANS - State Police put a Morgantown man behind bars over the weekend after he supposedly said he had a plan to kill people at a WVU football game.

44-year-old Clarence Wright had checked himself into Sharpe Hospital last month.

Reports say during a meeting with one of the doctors, he talked about his plan to go to a home Mountaineer football game where he would shoot and kill multiple people and cause maximum harm.

The doctor said Wright was calm and not showing symptoms of psychosis.

His bond was set at $100,000.

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