UPDATE: (6 P.M. Oct. 13, 2022): More details are being released after a man was arrested for firing a gun this morning in Kanawha County.
Deputies say 28-year-old Travis Sigman is charged with wanton endangerment after an incident that occurred in the Quincy area on the morning of Thursday, Oct. 13.
According to the a criminal complaint filed with the Kanawha County Magistrate Court, deputies were called to the Greenbrier Street exit to speak to a complainant. The documents state the complainant told authorities the suspect had allegedly been “prowling” around her residence earlier in the night.
Deputies say the woman told them she began to follow Sigman in their vehicles from the Campbell’s Creek area. The complaint states while she was following Sigman, he pulled over, got out of his vehicle and allegedly shot a gun at the ground in her direction.
Initial information from deputies stated Sigman was accused of firing the gun in the air from a moving vehicle, but further investigation and new information clarified he allegedly got out of the vehicle before allegedly firing the gun at the ground.
Sigman is charged with wanton endangerment. His bond was set to $10,000 surety/cash
UPDATE: (2:30 P.M.) – The Kanawha County Sheriff’s Office has identified a man charged with wanton endangerment as 28-year-old Travis Sigman.
KANAWHA COUNTY, WV (WOWK) – A man has been taken into custody on wanton endangerment charges in Kanawha County.
According to the Kanawha County Sheriff’s Office, the man is accused of firing a gun into the air from his moving vehicle in the Quincy area.
The sheriff’s office says the man was arrested near Greenbrier Street and taken to the South Central Regional Jail. The man’s name has not been released at this time.
This is an ongoing investigation and we will update this article as more details become available.