(04/11/2021)
Police said a woman who was shot in Charleston Friday night has died.

The second victim, a 3-year-old child, was taken to the hospital. Police said the child was struck in the stomach, but they believe it will be okay.

The Charleston Police Department is investigating.

Police have found a vehicle matching the description that witnesses on scene described, but have not identified any suspects in the shooting. Nobody is in custody at this time.

Charleston Lt. Tony Hazelett said investigators believe it was a domestic incident and the public is not believed to be at danger.

The names of the victims involved in the shooting have not been released.

The police department is asking for the public’s cooperation in the investigation.

MORGANTOWN SHOTS FIRED, MAN WOUNDED - At approximately 3 p.m. Thursday, Morgantown police officers responded to a shots fired call in the parking lot of Domino’s at 300 Pleasant Street.

According to a press release, officers identified a male with a gunshot wound to his shoulder. The male stated that he had been shot by another male following a dispute. First responding officers administered first aid to the individual until Monongalia County EMS personnel arrived on scene. The individual was transported to Ruby Memorial Hospital.

Officers are attempting to locate the shooter at this time, according to police. The shooter is described as a 6-foot-tall white male with blond hair. He is wearing a red shirt and gray sweatpants. The shooter was last seen running away on Cobun Avenue toward the Greenmont neighborhood.

Officers are searching the surrounding area and are following up on leads to locate the shooter and other parties who may have been involved, the release states.


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