CHARLESTON SHOOTING - A Michigan man was shot 6 a.m. Sunday just outside of a North Charleston sandwich shop as he was leaving the establishment.

Charleston police say Terrence Wilson, 24, of Detroit, was shot with a round of gunfire at Miss Sylvia's Sandwich Shop.

"According to the victim he had been in there drinking and as he exited the establishment, which he said was very crowded, he held the door for a lady," Lt. Steve Cooper. "And as he held the door, several shots rang out and he was struck in the shoulder."

Wilson went to a Charleston hospital for treatment.

Cooper said a motive was unclear and that so far detectives had no suspects. The victim wasn't able to sure describe his assailants.

Later Sunday, two restaurant managers were arrested for operating a bootleg bar, police hauling away a large amount of alcohol.

Charleston police said the business had caused multiple complaints over the past months of its operation.

ELDERLY MAN SHOT BY POLICE AFTER SHOOTINGS - An 84-year-old Craigsville, Nicholas County, man was shot and killed by police after he shot and wounded two deputies.

Police responded to his barricaded house after a 911 call from a man who said he was threatened to be shot by the man.

Evans shot the first Nicholas deputy to arrive on scene with a shotgun, and then shot a second deputy.

Both officers were airlifted to a Charleston Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

State Police and other officers arrived and continued a gunfire battle over several hours.

"He just went through the house shooting at law enforcement," said Michael Baylous with the State Police.

Evans emerged from a back door of the house with a weapon and was shot and killed, Baylous said.

HUNTINGTON BAR MURDER — A man was shot and killed during an altercation in a Huntington bar early Friday. The shooting happened inside Garys Place at 1 a.m.

Witnesses said they heard six to eight shots fired with patrons inside the crowded bar panicking.

23-year-old Deangelo Erquhart was taken to a hospital where he died a short time later.

CAR SHOOT-OUT - Two men face criminal charges after West Virginia State Police say they shot at one another from inside of their respective cars following an argument on Madison Creek.

Police say Scott Vaughn was shot in the leg during the incident. He has been arrested on a charge of wanton endangerment.

Everett Smith is accused of shooting Vaughn. He was also arrested and charged with malicious wounding.

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