UPDATE: Man accused of shooting another man in Charleston, WV - WOWK 13 Charleston, Huntington WV News, Weather, Sports

UPDATE: Man accused of shooting another man in Charleston, WV pleads guilty

Posted: Updated:
Shaquille Dominique Burton Shaquille Dominique Burton
CHARLESTON, WV -

UPDATE:

A man accused of injuring another man during a shooting in downtown Charleston, WV pleaded guilty in court on Oct. 23.

Shaquille Dominique Burton pleaded guilty to two counts of wanton endangerment.  Burton was accused of shooting a man in Charleston.    He will be sentenced by Judge Zakaib on Dec. 4.

_____

UPDATE:

Charleston Police have named Shaquille Dominique Burton as the suspect in a downtown shooting that left one man injured Monday around 2 p.m.

Burton is 19-years-old, 5'7" tall, and weighs around 160 pounds.

Police say Burton also attempted to shoot a woman, Nakia Summers.

Burton is currently at large, according to a news release from Charleston Police.

He is to be considered armed and dangerous.

If you have any more information about the shooting or the whereabouts of Shaquille Burton contact Charleston Police Department Criminal Investigation Division at 304-348-6400.

_____

UPDATE:

A shooting in Charleston has left one man injured and police searching for multiple suspects.

Terrance Bonner, 18, of Charleston was dropping off three people in front of the Charleston Town Center when a group of men walked up to the car and shot him.

Two of the passengers ran from the car and the third moved to the driver's seat and drove Bonner to the hospital.

Police are working on getting surveillance video.

Bonner has been released from the hospital.

_____

ORGINAL:

A man was shot on in Charleston, WV about 2:00 p.m. today.

An identity has not been released in the shooting, but according to police the man was shot in the arm and does not have life-threatening wounds.

After walking into the hospital on his own, the man told police he was shot on Clendenin Street. 

The Charleston Police Dept. is investigating, keep clicking for the latest information.