(01/29/2013)
HUNTINGTON TEEN SHOT SEVERAL TIMES - A 17-year-old girl was shot several times in Huntington Saturday night. Police are looking for two teen boys they believe are involved.

The shooting happened just before 10 p.m. at the intersection of 19th Street and West 5th Avenue.

The girl was found with several gunshots to her upper body.

Lt. John Williams says the girl was armed with a gun at the time of the shooting, but didn't fire her weapon.

She is in critical condition, according to investigators.

ST. ALBANS STABBING - A St. Albans woman is behind bars after sheriff's deputies say she stabbed her boyfriend in the back with a butcher knife.

A criminal complaint says Patricia Wilson, 49, attacked Wilfred McQuabbie, 74, inside their shared apartment.

Deputies say Wilson was intoxicated and was arguing before she plunged the knife two inches into McQuabbie's back.

Investigators found McQuabbie holding a bloody towel to his back when they arrived. He was taken to Thomas Memorial Hospital to threat the critical stab wound.

McQuabbie had reportedly been engaged to the woman until the past couple of days.

CHARLESTON MAN STABBED NEAR NIGHTCLUB - A man was stabbed twice in the abdomen at about 3 a.m. Sunday on the way out of a Capitol Street nightclub. He was taken to the hospital.

Charleston Mayor Danny Jones said the man was leaving Impulse nightclub when the incident occurred, a club Jones has targeted for closing.

Jones has called the club a high-risk crime area.

Monday, the WV-ABC suspended the club's liquor license, to be reviewed. Investigators say Kevin Clemens, 18, of Pittsburgh, was stabbed several times in the abdomen by another man as they were exiting the club. Clemens is a Charleston college football player.

MAN ARRESTED FOR POINTING GUN - A Dunbar man was arrested by Dunbar Police after allegedly pointing a gun at the driver of another vehicle.

Authorities say the road rage incident happened Saturday morning after a near crash in South Charleston

. Police pulled the man over after witnesses say he pointed a gun at another car.

The incident began when one vehicle reportedly ran a red light and nearly caused a crash.

It was unclear on charges he will face.

MAN ROBS BAR - A man is wanted after robbing a bar in Kanawha City, Charleston Police say.

The incident happened about 7:30 p.m. Monday at Max's Place.

The bartender told police the man walked in, played video poker for a few minutes, then stood up with a knife and demanded cash.

Police say the man smashed the register, stole money, and escaped. He was still on the loose as of late Monday nigh


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