MAN SHOT IN BACK - The shooting was reported about 10 a.m. Monday after the victim showed up at CAMC General in Charleston.

Kanawha County Sheriff's deputies say a person has been detained in the incident and is being questioned. So far, no charges have been filed.

The incident may be connected to a stolen ATV that was reported missing from the Pinch area around 9:20 a.m. Monday.

Deputies say a person, who they believe is a relative of the victim of the ATV theft, was spotted the side by side on Route 114. A person in a Jeep then followed the ATV and a chase began. Deputies say the front of the Jeep that was following the ATV sustained damage during the incident. The windshield also has five bullet holes.

Deputies say a pick up truck is also believed to be involved as it was used to transport the shooting victim to the hospital. That vehicle was later found at North Gate Business Park in Charleston.

Charleston Police had that vehicle towed from the scene and the other occupants of the truck were detained for questioning and later released.

Charleston Police also have officers at the hospital with the victim. Police say the victim suffered several gunshot wounds to the back and is in critical, but stable condition.

MAN SHOOTS HOUSE - A man is facing charges after deputies say he opened fire at a Kanawha County home early Sunday morning.

Cade Quickle, 21, has been charged with five counts of wanton endangerment.

At around 1:30 Sunday morning, deputies say Quickle went to someone's home and began opening fire. He then fled the scene, but was arrested by deputies a few hours later.

Quickle was taken to the South Central Regional Jail, with bond set at $50,000.

THIRD GUN CONFISCATE IN WEEK AT KANAWHA AIRPORT - Yeager Airport Police Chief Joe Crawford said the airport confiscated the third gun in just the last week Sunday morning.

A Putnam County woman was caught trying to bring a loaded gun on a plane Sunday morning when a TSA officer at Yeager Airport stopped her.

According to Crawford, the three people were all cited for violating airport rules and regulations. They could also face fines from the TSA.

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