Trooper gives God credit for help in solving cold-case murder
Her body was discovered on Sept. 26, 2002, at Greenbrier State Forest.
FDA recommends DHHS reschedule hydrocone
The Food and Drug Administration has officially recommended that the Department of Health and Human Services reschedule hydrocodone from a Schedule III to Schedule II controlled substance, according to a release from Sen. Joe Manchin.
Mother to enter plea to child neglect causing death
A 28-year-old mother, charged with child neglect causing the death of one of her 2-year-old twin boys, is scheduled for a plea hearing today.
Fayette man arrested, accused of throwing 4 cats and 8 kittens on fire
A Fayette County man was arrested Monday after his wife said he burned four cats and eight kittens, according to State Police records.
Beckley man pleads guilty to 2 charges, faces prison time
A 27-year-old Beckley man, whose trial was scheduled to start Monday, instead pleaded guilty to wanton endangerment and felony possession of a firearm.
Police investigating convenience store robbery
Montgomery Police are investigating an early-morning robbery of a local convenience store Monday.
Man sentenced to prison for murder
A 61-year-old man was sentenced to serve 35 years in prison after he pleaded guilty Friday to the second degree murder of a man he described as “one of the best people I’ve ever met in my life.”
Police investigating evening Rite Aid robbery
Beckley Police are investigating a Thursday evening robbery at Rite Aid on Johnstown Road.
Wrong number lands Fayette men in jail on drug charges
Usually the worst thing to happen if you call a wrong number is getting yelled at. Two local men made a call to the wrong number and quickly found themselves in hot water.
The two men learned to double-check the phone number before you try to sell drugs over the phone.
John Frederick Jarrell, 36, and Danny Lee Kincaid, 60, of Minden, were arrested after selling hydrocodone pills to undercover officers.
Eight sentenced in Raleigh court
Eight people were sentenced Wednesday and Thursday in Raleigh County Circuit Court for a host of unrelated crimes.
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