MAN SHOOTS TWO MEN IN 7-ELEVEN - Two people are in critical condition after a shooting on Charleston's West Side Saturday morning at a 7-Eleven on West Washington Street.

Police said Antonio Collins, 32, shot two men in the head after one of them bumped into him inside the store, according to a police report.

Collins was at large Saturday night and considered extremely dangerous.

Police say Collins shot the two men and walked away like nothing happened.

"He approached the individual who he was having a disagreement with, put a gun to his head and then shot him," Lt. Steve Cooper of the Charleston Police Department.

Both victims were taken to the hospital and are in critical condition. They were not identified Saturday night.

TROOPER SHOOTS RALEIGH WOMAN - A West Virginia State trooper says he was forced to pull the trigger on a 47-year-old woman who called 911 saying she was going to commit suicide. The incident happened Thursday night in Coal City, Raleigh County.

State Police say the trooper tried to talk the woman out of committing suicide, but then she turned the weapon on the trooper, he was forced forced to fatally shoot her.

MAN PULLS GUN DURING MEDICAL EXAM - An Inwood man is facing charges of pointing his loaded gun at a health care worker, after he was told to change clothes for an X-ray.

The incident happened Wednesday at the Center for Orthopedic Excellence in Martinsburg.

According to a criminal complaint, an employee said that Michael Holmes became upset and pulled a handgun after she told him he had to change clothes for an X-ray.

The worker shut the room's door and left that area after Holmes pulled the gun and left the building, which was then evacuated.

When police arrived they found the 70-year-old Holmes sitting on a patient's table still holding the gun, which they say was loaded.

He was charged with brandishing a deadly weapon.

WAYNE ARMED ROBBERY - West Virginia State Police in Wayne County are investigating an armed robbery Friday which at B.J.'s in Fort Gay. Police say two unidentified white men went into the business, approached the clerk, and showed a large knife.

The two men used electrical tape to bind her hands and forced her into the video gaming room of the business.

The men took $1,969 in cash and a cell phone.

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