One injured in shooting in Charleston

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) --
Charleston Police say a neighbor who had medical training helped save a gunshot victim Saturday afternoon.

Police say 51-year-old Shawn Hall shot 28-year-old Frank Gravely in the leg with a shotgun over the noon hour Saturday after a shoving match started. The shooting occurred at 617 Grant Street.

Police say after Hall shot Gravely, he went next door to find a neighbor with medical training. That neighbor helped render first aid to Gravely until first responders could arrive.

Hall was charged following the incident.

UPDATE 1/27/18 @ 6:57 p.m.
We’re learning new information following a shooting in Charleston Saturday over the noon hour.

Charleston Police say they were called about 12:15 p.m. to 617 Grant Street for a gunshot injury. 28-year-old Frank Gravely was shot in the leg during an altercation inside the home with the homeowner, Shawn Hall.

Hall is the one who called 911, and he remained on scene until emergency services arrived. Gravely was taken to the hospital and treated. His gunshot was deemed not life-threatening, but he remains at CAMC General in stable condition.

51-year-old Shawn Hall was arrested for malicious wounding and taken to the South Central Regional Jail awaiting arraignment.

UPDATE 1/27/18 @ 2:48 p.m.
Charleston Police are still on scene of a shooting that occurred in the 600 block of Grant Street Saturday over the noon hour.

Dispatchers tell WSAZ it was the homeowner who shot the victim, and that they two people knew each other.

We're also told it was a shotgun that was used, and the victim was shot in the leg. That victim was taken to an area hospital for treatment.

This is the second shooting on Charleston's West Side in less than 24 hours, as a man reported being shot Friday night.



One person has been injured in a shooting in Charleston, according to dispatchers.

It was reported just after 12 p.m. on Saturday in the 600 block of Grant Street.

There was a disturbance reported prior to the shooting.

Crews are on scene.

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