|RALEIGH SHOOTING - A man has died and two other people remain hospitalized after a shooting Sunday in Raleigh County.|
According to authorities, a call came into 911 just before 11 p.m. after reports of a shooting at a home on Riley Street in Coal City. Deputies said an altercation ensued at the home involving several people and three were shot.
Several law enforcement agencies responded.
OFFICER SHOOTING IN MONTGOMERY - A man is dead after an officer-involved shooting in Montgomery.
It happened on 3rd Avenue, just about a block from Montgomery City Hall. That's on the Kanawha County side of Montgomery.
Montgomery Police Chief Paris Workman says an officer heard a disturbance and went to check on it when he shot and killed a man.
No other details are available right now about what happened.
The officer is on paid administrative leave during the investigation. Workman says the officer has three years of experience.
MAN ARRESTED WITH GUN AT SCHOOL EVENT - A Putnam County man is facing a charge after court records say he brought a gun to a youth basketball game Friday at Buffalo High School.
Nathan Robert Boggess of Ripley is charged with possessing deadly weapons on premises of educational facilities, a criminal complaint from Putnam County Magistrate Court said.
A witness saw Boggess sitting in the basketball gym with a firearm hanging out of his back pocket, the complaint said. The witness identified himself to Boggess as a deputy sheriff and showed him his badge, then took possession of the gun. The deputy escorted Boggess out of the gym. Boggess told the deputy he did not know he could not have a gun in the school, the complaint said.
The gun was a Ruger LCP .380 caliber automatic pistol. Court records said the magazine was loaded but did not have a round chambered.
The House of Delegates Judiciary Committee had a public hearing Monday afternoon at the state capitol in connection with a campus carry bill.
House Bill 2519, called The Campus Self Defense Act, would require colleges to allow those licensed to carry a concealed deadly weapon to do so on campus and in campus buildings.
Speaking against the NRA bill was college leaders and police officers.
West Virginia polling has wide approval for guns on campus.
PARKERSBURG SHOOTING - At 2:54 a.m. on Sunday, Parkersburg Police received a call to a bar at 800 7th Street where a man had been shot in the leg.
The victim was sitting outside the bar and didn't know where the shot came from.
Police interviewed several people in the area and no one heard or saw the incident. Bar employees confirm that they heard a gunshot.
The victim was taken to WVU Medicine Camden Clark Medical Center for treatment and is believed to have non-life threatening injuries.