SHOOTING - Two men have been arrested in Morgantown after a shooting incident early Saturday morning.

The Morgantown Police Department have arrested 29-year-old Edward Kolleh and 20-year-old Ethan Horseman after they allegedly tried to rob two other people.

Police say Kolleh and Horseman told them that two men had tried to steal their marijuana, starting a gunfight.

After further investigation, the gunshot victim and another individual showed up at Ruby Memorial Hospital and told police that Kolleh and Horseman had set them up to be robbed.

They said Kolleh was hiding in a closet with a shotgun, and held them at gunpoint on a signal from Horseman, who then also produced a handgun.

Police say a physical altercation followed, which led to multiple gunshots being fired both inside and outside the apartment.

The gunshot victim realized he had been shot after leaving the scene, and the two then went to Ruby, where he has since been admitted.

Kolleh and Horseman both face charges of robbery and conspiracy to commit robbery. Horseman also faces a charge of unlawful wounding.

Both are awaiting arraignment and additional charges may be pending.

FAIRMONT SHOOTING - A woman died in an accidental shooting Friday night, police said.

Malinda Broyles, 45, of Fairmont, was shot in the neck around 9 p.m. Friday in an apartment in the 1900 block of Morgantown Avenue, according to Fairmont police.

Gene McIntosh, 34, was handling a rifle when it accidentally went off, police said. McIntosh has been charged with wanton endangerment.

Three children ages 8, 15 and 17 were in the house when police officers arrived. Investigators said the children were referred to the appropriate agencies.

McIntosh was scheduled to be arraigned Saturday.