GUNS - Parkersburg police said they have identified a suspect in a recent burglary and wanton endangerment investigation.

Jeremy Gene Lewis, also known as Jay Lewis, is being sought in the case in which police had posted a video showing two men with guns drawn, according to a Facebook post by the Parkersburg Police Department. One of the men points a gun at a stairway before going outside.

Police said they have attempted to find Lewis, but they have been told he doesn’t have a permanent address. They said he should be considered armed and dangerous and should not be approached.

GUNS - The Kanawha County Sheriff’s Office says they have arrested 46-year-old James Richard King on warrants of burglary, grand larceny, and conspiracy at a tent campsite in Wayne County Wednesday evening.

King, who is from St. Albans, was first wanted by deputies in late February in connection to an incident that took place in Cross Lanes in early February.

Deputies say they found a small handgun concealed in his boot.

Advertisement According to King tried to reach for his boot when Kanawha County Deputies, assisted by Wayne County Sheriff’s Deputies, and the United States Marshals Service’s CUFFED Task Force, arrested him.

Deputies say King is expected to be arraigned in Wayne County Thursday morning.