VIOLENT HOME INVASION - One man is in custody Tuesday and another remains on the loose, following a violent home invasion overnight in Charleston.

Charleston Police say two black males, armed with at least one gun, entered a home on Florence Drive and demanded money from the residents.

At some point, one of the robbers was momentarily distracted, and the residents tackled the pair to the floor.

One of the robbers was then able to grab a screwdriver and stab one of the residents, giving them a chance to flee.

MAN SHOT TO DEATH - Police were dispatched to 17th Street West in Huntington and found 31-year-old Michael Shane Sharp shot to death on the front porch of his apartment building.

Police reports say Sharp was involved in a verbal argument with the suspect, 44-year-old Carson Scott Jeffers.

The argument escalated, and Jeffers allegedly pulled a gun and shot Sharp.

Carson Jeffers was later discovered on a city street and arrested.

ARMED HOLD-UP - Huntington police are searching for a man they say robbed a convenience store Monday night.

Officers got the call around 8 p.m that the Marathon store on West 14th Street was being robbed.

The clerk says the man walked in, said he had a gun and demanded money.

He made off with an undetermined amount of cash.

BANK ROBBER ARRESTED - Police have arrested 20-year-old Julian Edward Tucker of Huntington. He was arrested without incident at the Huntington Police Department and charged with one count of bank robbery.