Charleston, West Virginia police are searching for a man Eric Scott Appleton wanted in connection with two overnight shootings.
UPDATE: CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WCHS/WVAH) — Charleston Police have a wanted man in custody.
Eric Scott Appleton, is facing charges of felony wanton endangerment after police said he was involved in two shooting incidents early Saturday morning on the East End of Charleston.
Officers said the first incident happened on the 1500 block of Dixie Street when two vehicles were shot.
Court documents stated Artie Carter and Artie Carter Sr. were the victims of that shooting.
The second shooting happened near the intersection of Ruffner Avenue and Jackson Street when police said Appleton was attempting to shoot at the Carters again.
No injuries were reported.
Appleton appeared in Kanawha County Magistrate Court Monday afternoon and was given a $10,000 surety bond.
He faces one to five years in prison if convicted.
Appleton, 30, is wanted for wanton endangerment after police said he was involved in two shooting incidents early Saturday morning on the East End of Charleston.
A news release from the Charleston Police Department said the first incident happened in the 1500 block of Dixie Street when two vehicles were shot.
The second shooting happened near the intersection of Ruffner Avenue and Jackson Street when police said Appleton is accused of shooting at a person.
No injuries were reported in either incident.
The release said Appleton is 5 feet 11 inches and is about 173 pounds. He is believed to be driving in a red Chevy Sonic.
Police said Appleton is considered to be armed and dangerous.
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