|ST. ALBANS HOME INVASION - The 18-year-old man arrested in connection with a home invasion early Monday morning near St. Albans faces multiple charges, while another man remains on the run, according to authorities.|
Nick Trent Hanson, 18, of St. Albans has been charged with burglary, robbery and wanton endangerment in connection with the home invasion robbery.
According to the victims, they awoke to noises in the home to see the two suspects using handguns to force another home occupant into a bedroom where a 1-year-old infant was sleeping, according to the Charleston Gazette.
The suspects were attempting to steal items to sell for drugs.
The home owner dialed 911 and the suspects fled.
Once outside, they fired several rounds into the home with the infant and other occupants still inside. The bullets penetrated the walls.
Cody Hudson, age 18 to 19, remains at large.
MAN KILLED BY POLICE -A man is dead Monday after being shot and killed by police just off Interstate 64 near Lewisburg.
Police received a call to be on the look out for the man's vehicle following a domestic dispute.
The vehicle was spotted and the man reportedly got out of his vehicle and threatened police with a weapon. He was shot and killed.
COUPLE IN MOTEL ROBBED - A couple staying at Motel 6 in Cross Lanes were robbed late Sunday night.
According to a news release, the man knocked on the couple's door at about 11:20 p.m. and said he "hated to do this in front of the baby," and then pulled out a handgun and ordered the man and woman to give him their valuables.
Deputies say the man told the victims if they called for help he would come back and "kill them."
The man got away with the woman's purse and about $200.
The woman staying in the room told deputies she was familiar with the man who robbed them, according to police.
HUNTINGTON STORES ROBBED TWICE -
A convenience store in Huntington (Marathon) was robbed two different times within a couple weeks, and police are looking for suspects.
Huntington police said they are looking for David Buzzard, 32, of Wayne County and Bryant Wilburn, 21, of Huntington.