(11/07/2012)
HUNTINGTON MURDER - A Michigan man is dead, two people hurt and two others arrested after a Huntington homicide.

Police say Darrell Fuqua, 22, of Detroit, Michigan was found shot inside a home Tuesday morning and he died a short time later.

Charity Dawn Cornell, 35 and Rocky Hudson Williams, 19, both of Huntington were arrested Tuesday by Huntington Police.

Williams was charged with felony murder. Cornell was charged with maintaining a dwelling for the purpose of allowing the use or sale of drugs.

Police say Thomas White, 21, of Huntington and Devante Penn, 17, of Detroit, Michigan, were both hurt in the shooting.

PARKERSBURG HEIST - Parkersburg Police responded to Gary Always Hot in reference to an armed robbery, arriving on scene within two minutes of receiving the call.

Sgt. Greg Collins says a female employee stated that a white male entered the business acting as if he had a gun.

The suspect allegedly threatened harm to the employee as he collected money from her. The suspect allegedly told the woman to go into the bathroom and lay face down on the floor, again threatening harm to her if she did not comply.

The suspect fled the business with an amount of currency.

Uniformed officers and numerous detectives canvassed a large area surrounding the store in an attempt to locate witnesses or evidence.

KANAWHA HOLD-UP - Kanawha deputies arrested a suspect Tuesday who they say allegedly brandished a gun after being caught stealing beer from the Malden Fas Chek.

A clerk said the suspect actually returned the beer after she chased him out of the store, but then began displaying the gun across the street.

A worker at a nearby restaurant said he dropped it in the road before fleeing from a deputy.

HUNTINGTON HOLD-UP - A robbery suspect is on the run following an incident at the Marathon service station.

It was not immediately known if the man had a weapon or got away with any cash. The incident happened about 8 p.m. Monday. No one was hurt.


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