KANAWHA SHOOTING - Authorities have identified a man wounded in a shooting outside St. Albans as Roger Gore. He was was shot in the back of the neck and in the left arm with a .45-caliber pistol about Wednesday.

Putnam County deputies have charged William Clayton Larck, 28, with attempted first-degree murder. He is in the Western Regional Jail.

Media reports say the suspect allegedly had an argument with his mother and he was told to leave the house. He returned, ramming a vehicle into the house and then opening fire with the pistol, striking Gore twice.

BURGLAR SHOT BY HOMEOWNER - The Cabell County Sheriff's Department says a homeowner shot a burglary suspect at 2 a.m. Thursday.

Deputies said the homeowner told them the burglary suspect was shot and fled on foot to a parked vehicle.

Police found a blood trail leading from the home, a crowbar and a tennis shoe.

Deputies then received a call that Ray A. Davis, 26, of Salt Rock had been brought to St. Mary's Medical Center with a gunshot wound.

Deputies said warrants were issued for Davis who is recovering from surgery for shot gun pellets to his stomach and a shoulder.

HUNTINGTON FEMALE IN CUSTODY FOR STABBING - A Huntington female is in custody after stabbing a male in the stomach.

According to Cabell 911 dispatchers, it happened at an apartment complex on 6th Avenue at 5:17 p.m. Wednesday.

Dispatchers say the victim was taken to a hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

CLARKSBURG STABBING - Clarksburg Police have arrested a man Wednesday in a stabbing incident.

Police said Robert Williams, 28, faces a malicious wounding charge in relation to the incident.

Police say Williams got into an argument with an acquaintance at his apartment Tuesday evening.

After the argument became physical, Williams got a knife from the kitchen and stabbed the man in the torso, according to a criminal complaint filed by Detective Jason Snider.

The man who was stabbed was flown to Ruby Memorial Hospital and is listed in fair condition.

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