CHILD DROPPED AT HOSPITAL WITH GUNSHOT WOUND - Kanawha County deputies stopped a vehicle they believe could have dropped 4-year-old Kasey Seymour at the emergency room with a gunshot wound.

Media reports say the child was dropped off at the hospital Monday morning, the child's injuries not being life threatening.

Later, the parents of the toddler, John Seymour, 23, and Tabitha Bowen, 24, were arrested and charged with child neglect resulting in injury.

Kanawha County Sheriff's deputies believe the girl's five-year-old brother shot her at a trailer, the girl shot in the left arm.

MAN WITH AXE SHOT - A man accused of chasing another man with an axe was shot and killed by the man he was chasing, according to the Kanawha County Sheriff's Office.

Dead at the scene Saturday in Clendenin is Robert Parsons II, 38.

Deputies say the suspect of the shooting was driving on his way to work on a house, when he saw the victim who had been beating a vehicle with an axe.

No arrests have been made, and the incident remains under investigation.

HUNTINGTON MAN SHOT IN HEAD - Anthony Gaston, 22, of Detroit, has been arrested in a Sunday shooting in Huntington. He has been charged with attempted murder.

Police say when they got to the scene they found a 24-year-old victim shot in the head. He taken to the hospital and is in critical condition.

DODDRIDGE MAN CHARGED - Authorities in Doddridge County have arrested Steven Hughes, 21, on two counts of malicious assault.

Hughes was taken into custody Saturday night following an altercation in West Union.

Officers learned Hughes struck two people with his vehicle, saying they believe it was intentional.

The Doddridge County Ambulance Authority took two people, a man and a woman, to United Hospital Center.

Authorities also arrested Hughes' father, James Hughes, 49, a convicted felon who was in possession of a firearm at the scene. He is in the North Central Regional Jail.

Steven Hughes was released from the North Central Regional Jail on bond.

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