Law enforcement officers still don't have a reason for the multiple injuries inflicted on a 10-month old boy in Mullens, but the investigation is continuing, according to Wyoming County Sheriff's Chief Deputy Jimmy White.Late Wednesday afternoon, the sheriff's department charged Gregory Church Jr., 25, with felony child abuse in addition to the felony child neglect causing serious injury charge already filed.Church is the live-in boyfriend of the infant's mother, White said.
Two Mullens residents were arrested and charged in connection with injuries to a child at Guyandotte Hill Apartments.Crystal Thomas, 24, mother of the child, and her live-in boyfriend Gregory Church Jr., 25, have been charged with felony child neglect causing serious injury, according to Wyoming County Sheriff's Chief Deputy Jimmy White. Mullens Fire Department responded to an unresponsive child report Dec. 29.
Amanda Mullins, who teaches fifth and sixth grade science at Pineville Middle School, is Wyoming County Schools’ Teacher of the Year.Mullins coordinated the school’s “The Giving Tree Project,” which initially provided clothing and school supplies to Pineville Middle students in need and has now grown into an organization that helps families across the county.She holds a bachelor’s degree in natural science from Mountain State University and a master of arts in teaching from Marshall...
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