MARSHALL CO., W.Va. (WTRF) - Widespread flooding from Glen Dale to Cameron Friday morning led to dangerous conditions. Now, officials are cleaning up. It's hard to believe that in the middle of January in winter, Middle Grave Creek is moving high and fast and flooded like many other parts of Marshall County.
(WTRF) - Streets in Ohio and Marshall County have been littered with trash after almost three weeks without pickup. The mess has homeowners looking for answers. As you drive through several neighborhoods in Marshall County, you can see rows of trash bags and cans untouched by the trash service. Resident Tammy Helman said this isn't the first holiday season this has happened, either. Pin Oak Drive, a quiet Marshall County neighborhood off of Route 88, has a pretty messy situation on their hands.
MOUNDSVILLE, W.Va. (WTRF) - Two men are behind bars after allegedly kidnapping a Moundsville woman and holding her at knifepoint inside of a house on Ruby Street. The victim told police that at first, she heard a bang at her back door, which is when she reportedly found that 33-year-old Thomas Blake, a man she previously had a relationship with, had broken down her door to get inside her house.
The judge sentences Dees. count 1: Not less than 1 not more than 5 years.
Count 2: Not less than 10, not more than 20 years
To be served consecutively for a net sentence of not less than 11 no more than 25 years in prison @WTRF7News
The prosecution now reading a statement from the victim. She says “I was raped by a man I considered a father figure...I still wish I could’ve told someone sooner...I still have night terrors and depression and PTSD.” @WTRF7News
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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