Lumberport, WV - A Harrison County man was the victim of a shooting Thursday night. The incident took place around 8:30p.m. on Cottrill Lane in Lumberport. Harrison County Sheriff's Deputies and WV State Police arrived on scene and secured the area. The severity of the shooting was not disclosed at this time, and the person responsible is in custody. Stay with 12 News as more information becomes available.
Local law enforcement from Harrison and Doddridge Counties engaged in a high speed chase beginning shortly after 8p.m. Tuesday night. A stolen vehicle described as a 'blue jeep' led police westbound along route 50 before exiting on secondary roads near Smithton Road striking a sheriffs deputy's vehicle, and then sped back onto Route 50 East. The chase saw law enforcement circle back to the Salem area, where a foot chase ensued.
Law enforcement from Harrison and Doddridge counties were involved in a high-speed chase beginning shortly after 8 p.m. Tuesday night. A stolen vehicle, described as a 'blue Jeep', led police westbound along Route 50 before exiting near Smithton Road and striking a deputy's vehicle. The driver, then, sped back onto Route 50 heading east. Law enforcement circled back to the Salem area, where a foot chase ensued. Paul Golden, 32, was apprehended at 9 p.m. along Hastings Road, west of Salem.
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