WV KNIFE AND GUN CLUB - Man Arrested For Dueling Death

SHOOTING NEIGHBORS - A fight between neighbors has resulted in murder in Logan County. Logan County Sheriff Eddie Hunter says 52-year-old Robbie Campbell shot his neighbor 56-year-old Thomas Adkins Sunday in Accoville.

Adkins suffered at least one gunshot wound to the chest. He died at Logan Regional Medical Center. Campbell was arrested and is being held without bail at the Southwestern Regional Jail.

DUEL ENDS IN DEATH - A man accused of gunning down another man in the middle of a McDowell County road has been officially charged with murder.

Steve Simpson, 47, was arrested yesterday and charged with murder and dueling.

Authorities said that's a charge that's been on the books for a long time and it carries the same life sentence as first-degree murder.

Simpson was being held in the Southern Regional Jail.

The shooting happened several days ago in the Gilliam Bottom area near Northfork Hollow in McDowell County.

BASKETBALL STAR MURDER - A South Charleston woman has been charged with felony murder in connection with the shooting death of her boyfriend, former Capital High School basketball star Lawrence Booker.

Stephanie Holsinger, 23, told police she and the 23-year-old Booker went to an apartment in St. Albans to rob a man.

Police have said that Holsinger went to the apartment of Justin Johnson, pretended to have car trouble and asked for jumper cables.

When Johnson and Holsinger went to the parking lot, the complaint says, Booker grabbed Johnson from behind and threatened him with a gun.

Johnson had a pistol and, after a struggle, shot Booker twice.

Police said Holsinger was charged with felony murder because of her alleged involvement in the failed robbery, which led to Booker's death.

She also faces a first-degree armed robbery charge.

ANOTHER PHARMACY HOLD-UP FOR DRUGS - Police arrested a Raleigh County man Wednesday on charges of robbing a Beckley pharmacist.

The holdup-man then forced the pharmacist to drive to a nearby town.

Police have arrested Ricky Atkins, 53.

The man reportedly approached a 62-year-old pharmacist at the Beckley Pharmacy on Stanaford Road and said he would shoot him if he didn't give him prescription drugs, including Percocet and Xanax.

The robber then had the pharmacist drive him in the pharmacist's car north to Oak Hill, where he was dropped off.