PRINCETON CLERK KILLED, SHOOTER FOUND DEAD - Police say a store clerk was shot and killed in Princeton during a an apparent robbery and a man matching the description of the suspect was found inside a vehicle and had died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Princeton Police Chief John Howell said store clerk Susan Daniel, 23, of Princeton, was shot by a robbery suspect about 2:30 a.m. Thursday and died at Howell said officers found a vehicle matching the description of the suspect. The body of Shakeim Saunders, 19, was found inside. It appears he died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

WOMAN FIRES GUN AT MALL - A woman has been arrested after she fired a handgun in the Charleston Transit Mall Thursday afternoon.

According to Police Lieutenant Steve Cooper Selina Theek, 23, is charged with wanton endangerment.

Lieutenant Cooper says that around 5 p.m. Theek got into a fight with another woman and fired the handgun.

The transit mall is where all Kanawha Valley Regional Transportation (KRT) buses centralize on the former Laidley Street in downtown Charleston.

According to Cooper, the Transit Mall was crowded at the time of the incident.

No one was injured.

PARKERSBURG STABBING - Parkersburg Police responded to a 911 call on 19th Street, where officers say a woman allegedly stabbed her boyfriend.

Angela Hanscome reportedly used a large two-pronged fork and stabbed him in the shoulder and his face.

He was taken to CCMC for his injuries. Police took her into custody without any problems.

She is charged with Malicious Wounding, a felony. She was arraigned in Wood County Magistrate Court today in front of Magistrate Joyce Purkey, who set her bond at $75,000.

She is in the North Central Regional Jail.

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