ST. ALBANS, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- St. Albans residents had the chance to speak out Tuesday night about recent crime numbers.
They met during a neighborhood watch meeting. Since the last meeting, there has been a murder, an armed robbery and a report released showing felony arrests in town have jumped 144 percent.
Mayor Dick Callaway and St. Albans Police Capt. James Agee were both on hand to talk about the situation and hear concerns.
Members say that they are looking forward to future meetings and continuing the fight against neighborhood crime.