WEBSTER GUNFIRE - A Webster Springs man was arrested early Wednesday morning after allegedly shooting multiple houses.

Jason Hall, 36, is charged with eight counts of wanton endangerment.

According to West Virginia State Police, Hall fired shots into two houses at approximately 12:15 a.m.

Hall allegedly shot three rounds into one home with a family of four with two kids inside and another round into a home with a couple sleeping inside.

Police searched for Hall in the the backyard of a home, where he had been sighted leaving his car and taking a 4-wheeler into a wooded area.

Police then received a call from Webster County 911, who said Hall's sister called and told them Hall said he had both officers in his crosshairs and that they better leave.

Hall finally came out of the woods, police said, and was arrested without incident. He admitted to shooting three rounds into the first home but said he accidentally shot the other. He also denied scoping the officers, police said.

Hall is currently in the Central Regional Jail.

MAN BRINGS GUN TO COURT - A Randolph County man is facing charges for attempting to bring a handgun into Randolph County Magistrate Court.

The Randolph County Sheriff's Department charged Glen Butcher of Beverly on Tuesday for possessing deadly weapons on premises housing courts of law.

The criminal complaint alleges that Butcher was "disruptive" while at Magistrate Court. It further alleges that he left the court and returned ten minutes later with a handgun visible on his side.

A Magistrate informed Butcher that he could not possess a firearm while at court, but Butcher allegedly informed the court that he did not care about the prohibition because he had a permit.

MORGANTOWN HEIST - The West Virginia University Police need your help in finding a man who robbed a Morgantown convenience store.

Officers responded to a reported robbery at the CVS on Pineview Drive, Wednesday evening.

Officers said the robber stated he had a bomb and demanded drugs.

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