By Bob Weaver

12/6/2017 3 PM - State Police said today that 25-year-old Travis S. Boggs of Stinson, suffering from gunshot wounds and being dumped at the Minnie Hamilton ER early Tuesday, is facing criminal charges. First Sgt. O. S. Starsick said police discovered evidence that connected Boggs with the murder of Eugene Stevens, 77, whose body was discovered later in the day at his Cain Road residence, dead of gunshot wounds.

A vehicle, which has four individuals, dropped the critically injured Boggs and fled, that vehicle being found a few hours later on fire along Nicut Road. That vehicle was likely stolen.

Police are saying that Boggs was involved in a home invasion at the Stevens residence were multiple rounds were fired.

Boggs remains in Charleston Area Medical Center.

See EUGENE STEVENS MURDERED AT CAIN ROAD HOME - Police Connecting Boggs Shooting With Stevens Murder

12/5/2017 11:45 AM - Authorities are saying that a vehicle which was used to dump shooting victim 25-year-old Travis S. Boggs at Minnie Hamilton Health System Tuesday morning was likely discovered burned on Nicut Road.

State Police indicate a Ford Explorer was likely set on fire on Nicut Road, about 2 miles from Rt. 16.

The Upper West Fork and Arnoldsburg VFDs responded about 5:45 a.m. Tuesday to what was reported to be a brush fire, discovering the burning vehicle.

Calhoun Sheriff Jeff Starcher responded to the incident.

State Police are continuing to develop leads regarding the four occupants of the Explorer that dumped Boggs at the hospital's ER entrance at 4:45 a.m. and sped away.

Boggs was shot in the stomach and head.

Authorities said Boggs was connected to the Stinson area of Calhoun.

First Sgt. O. S. Starsick said officers are following leads.

Anyone with information regarding Boggs, the vehicle or his associates, should call the State Police at Big Otter 304-286-3185.

12/5/2017 10 AM - WV State Police are searching for four subjects who dumped a man who had been shot early Tuesday morning at Minnie Hamilton Healthcare in Grantsville.

The victim had been shot in the stomach and also had a grazing wound to his head, reports say he was critically injured.

First Sgt. O. S. Starsick said Travis S. Boggs, 25, who was known to be in the Stinson area of Calhoun, was tossed out of a vehicle at the emergency room door about 4:45 a.m.

Starsick said two hospital personnel were at the ER entrance when the Explorer pulled up and pushed the victim onto the concrete and sped away.

Boggs was sent to Charleston Area Medical Center for trauma treatment.

Police would not speculate if the shooting was related to drugs.

Boggs is not revealing who shot him, and State Police are looking for a red four-door older model Ford Explorer, while continuing to review the video tape at the hospital.

Sgt. Starsick said officers are in the area and looking for leads.

Anyone with information regarding Boggs, the vehicle or his associates, should call the State Police at Big Otter 304-286-3185.

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