By Mary Catherine Brooks
For The Register-Herald
A Naoma man was charged in connection with the robbery of a Glen Fork convenience store Wednesday afternoon.
Wearing a mask, Kenneth Aliff, 41, allegedly entered the D&B Quick Stop around noon and demanded money, according to Wyoming County Sheriff Randall Aliff.
He was arrested about 4:30 p.m. in Glen Fork and charged with second degree robbery. No weapon was used, according to officials.
Aliff later confessed to the robbery, the sheriff said.
He is currently in Southern Regional Jail under $25,000 bond.