WV KNIFE AND GUN CLUB - Logan Man Disemboweled

ORGANS EXPOSED AFTER KNIFING - A Chapmanville man remains in critical condition after a knife fight that disemboweled his internal organs.

Logan County officials say 28-year-old Jerry Scott Sparks was found Thursday night, covered in blood, at a residence just outside of Big Creek.

They said his internal organs were outside his body.

He was taken to Logan Regional Medical Center.

The Logan County sheriff had been called to the residence regarding a fight.

Twenty-nine-year-old Big Creek resident Shaine Dingess was arrested at the scene. Dingess was also cut. He was treated at a hospital in Charleston before being arraigned on a charge of malicious wounding.

Dingess is now being held at Southwestern Regional Jail on $10,000 bond.

TEEN SENTENCED IN PARKING LOT SHOOTING - One of three teenagers who pleaded guilty in the shooting death of a man in a Charleston parking garage has now been sentenced.

Ronald Hambleton was sentenced in Kanawha County Circuit Court to 40 years for second-degree robbery to run concurrently with a 40-year sentence for first-degree robbery.

Hambleton, who is about to turn 16, can have his sentence reviewed when he is 18.

Hambleton and 17-year-old Daniel W. Botkin both pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and first-degree robbery in November in the shooting of 25-year-old Joshua Boggess.

The teen who fired the shot, 16-year-old Williams James Bumpus, pleaded guilty last month to first-degree murder and first-degree robbery.

Boggess was killed because he resisted the teens while they were attempting to rob him.

In incident happened downtown not far from Towne Center Mall.

ACCUSED MURDERER COULD BE DEAD IN MEXICO - Police say a WV man who killed his girlfriend last May in Morgantown, jumped his bond and is dead in Mexico.

Mexican police have tentatively identified a body as David Coffman.

Coffman's name will be removed from the Most Wanted List.

Deputies say Coffman shot and killed his girlfriend Julie Hall at their home on School Street.

A judge granted him bond and in September he skipped and fled the country.

Officials said they have to wait for the body to be shipped back to the United States before they can make an official confirmation that it is Coffman.

MARION MAN CONVICTED IN SHOOTING DEATHS - A Marion County man was convicted Friday in the fatal shooting of two neighbors and the wounding of their son.

A jury found Dale Eagle Senior of Four States guilty on two counts of first-degree murder. He also was convicted of malicious assault and attempted murder.

The 63-year-old Eagle faces a sentence of life in prison without parole.

Robert and Tanna Slatt were found shot to death on their gravel driveway last May.

Their son, Bobby Slatt Junior, was wounded at the family's farm.

The shootings happened over a property dispute.