BUNKER HILL, W.Va. â€” Police are investigating a fight and shooting early Saturday at a Bunker Hill, W.Va., area exotic dance club that left at least four people injured, according to the Berkeley County Sheriff's Department.Sheriff Curtis Keller said deputies responded about 5 a.m. to Elysium Gentlemen's Club at 9734 Winchester Ave. for a report of a large fight with shots fired at the "bring your own beverage" establishment.A Virginia man, who was injured as a result of a fall while...
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — A federal judge on Monday rejected a plea agreement in the case against a Baltimore man who is accused of providing fatal drug cocktails that resulted in the deaths of two West Virginia residents last year.Kelvin A. Johnson, 25, was on track to be sentenced Monday to 15 years in prison in connection with the May 2016 deaths of Joel Michael Custer, 22, of Augusta and Jorge Armando Mercado-Madrano, 18, of Falling Waters, but U.S. District Chief Judge Gina M. Groh concluded...
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. â€” A Hagerstown man was charged early Saturday after police seized bags of marijuana and cocaine from him while he was parked at Lust Gentlemen's Club, according to Berkeley County (W.Va.) Magistrate Court records.Owanemi Jemina Erekosima, 23, of Shale Drive was charged with two counts of possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, court records said.Erekosima was being held Monday at Eastern Regional Jail near Martinsburg on a $50,000 bond, according to...
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Selecting a term
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