MAN DIES FROM GUNSHOT - One man has died from his injuries after a shooting on Charleston's west side Friday night. Charleston Police confirmed Saturday that Shannon Cade, 20, had died.

He had been listed in critical condition after being shot in the head.

It was the third deadly shooting on Charleston's west side in the last week

. A 14-year old girl was also shot during the incident, but only suffered minor injuries.

Police have not named any suspects, or any possible motive for the crime.

FOUR ARRESTED OVER LINCOLN SHOOTING - Four people have been arrested in connection to a shooting in Lincoln County that left one person in the hospital. Tuesday night, West Virginia State Police responded to a shooting on Coon Creek Road. Xavier Quintrill, 22, was shot and airlifted to CAMC Hospital.

MAN CHARGED IN LOGAN MURDER - A Logan County man is in custody, accused of shooting and killing another man in the front yard of a home last week.

Troopers say Tyrone "TJ" Miller, 38, was shot in the head and was pronounced dead on the scene.

Marvin Tolliver, 25, from Holden, was arrested and charged with murder. According to troopers, Tolliver confessed to shooting Miller, but didn't give a reason.

HOLD-UP - The Fayette County Sheriff's Office is looking for a suspect involved in an armed robbery in Fayetteville early Saturday morning.

According to deputies, the robbery happened around 3:30 a.m. Saturday at a Shell station.

When deputies arrived on scene, they found that a man armed with a small silver handgun had entered the store, pointed the gun at the clerk and demanded cash.

Deputies say the man then took off after he stole the money.

CHARLESTON WOMAN STABBED - Charleston Police are investigating after a woman was stabbed Friday night.

911 dispatchers say a woman was stabbed in the back.

She was taken to the hospital with what appear to be non-life threatening injuries.

No arrests have been made.

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