Shooting With Injuries Incident Occurred In Martinsburg

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Through email, On July 6th, at 2:33am, deputies responded to a 911 call through the Berkeley County Central Dispatch regarding a shooting that occurred at the Green Frog Bar in Martinsburg, West Virginia.

Upon arrival, deputies located a man suffering from several gunshot wounds.

They were eventually transported for medical attention. The Berkeley County Criminal Investigators were called to the scene to investigate.

Berkeley County’s Crime Scene Team assisted investigators along with Patrol Deputies in processing the scenes.

This is an active investigation. Anyone with any information is encouraged to contact Deputy Giangola at 304-267-7000, or log onto the BCSD website and submit an anonymous tip.

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5 Loudoun County Juvenile’s detained Due To Running From Police

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From email, in Warrington, Virginia, on Saturday morning, a Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office deputy attempted to stop two speeding vehicles southbound on Lee Highway around 3:30am.

Both vehicles failed to stop. After a brief pursuit, one of the cars crashed through a fence and the other car stopped at the end of a cul-de-sac.

Five occupants jumped from the vehicles and fled on foot.

Three of the 16yr old occupants were found and arrested.

After interviewing the suspects, detectives found out that the 16 year olds stole two other vehicles earlier that evening, and they planned to conduct a burglary at a gun store in Opal, Virginia.

The three suspects and the other two juveniles have been identified and are being held at the Loudoun County Juvenile Detention Center.

The group has also been responsible for other crimes in Loudoun County and West Virginia.  

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News Makers Joanne and Fern on C-CAP’s garden and more

Front Royal Warren County Congregational Community Action Project (C-CAP) has some changes regarding the community garden and some new opportunities at the Kendrick Lane facility.

We spoke with C-CAP Executive Director Joanne Koszyk and Head Garden Volunteer Fern Vasquez in our latest news maker.

News makers are sponsored by Warren County.

Experience Warren County Where History, Nature, and Family come together.

Fern gives us the latest on what is now the one C-CAP community garden.

Joanne tells us how the garden is now under supervision of C-CAP and what that means in distribution and storage of produce.

Joanna also tells us of a grant from the Blue Ridge Food Bank and how much that improves services along with additional programs being offered.

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