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After the Shooting in Huntington, a Second Man is Detained; the Victim is in Serious Condition
In connection with a gunshot in Cabell County that resulted in a victim being hospitalized, a second guy has been charged. Following a violent confrontation outside a Huntington bar early on Friday morning, police say a gunman opened fire from a car being driven by another guy.
According to Huntington police, Gavin Scott Bailey, 20, of that city, has been charged with aiding and abetting malicious wounding as well as aiding and abetting the use of a handgun during the commission of a felony. Officers previously reported capturing Kristopher Jason Brown, 21, of Huntington, who is accused of seven charges of wanton endangerment, malicious wounding, and using a handgun during the commission of a felony.
Between 1970 and 1990 in years? See if you qualify for the $1 billion term plan. According to the police, a fight broke out early on Friday morning in Huntington‘s 1600 block of Fourth Avenue. (WCHS). The incident happened at around three in the morning in the 1600 block of Fourth Avenue close to Premier Pub & Grill, a place of business whose liquor license was briefly canceled in March as a result of two shootings that happened about a week apart.
The person is in critical condition, according to the police. The victim’s identity has not been made public. The name of a guy detained in connection with a gunshot early on Friday in Huntington has been made public by the police. According to the Huntington Police Department, Kristopher Jason Brown, 21, of Huntington, is charged with one crime of malicious wounding, one count of using a handgun during the commission of a felony, and seven counts of wanton endangerment.
Brown was detained, according to the police, before 11 a.m. on Friday. A person has been detained, according to Huntington police, in connection with a shooting that happened early on Friday. Around 3 in the morning, the 1600 block of Fourth Avenue received a report of the event.
In relation to the event, one individual was brought to the hospital. The individual’s condition was not immediately known. The identity of the detained person had not yet been made public. Early on Friday morning in Huntington, there was a shooting that left one person hurt.
According to Cabell County dispatchers, the gunfire was reported in the 1600 block of Fourth Avenue at around 3 a.m. According to authorities, the incident began with a dispute at Premier Pub & Grill, then spread to DP Dough, a nearby company.