Julia Roberts Goad
WILLIAMSON — A man charged with firing a weapon after he got into an alleged online argument was one of several arrests made by Mingo County Sheriff’s Department over the weekend.
According to the criminal complaint, Roger Dean Hurley, 43, whose address is listed as North Matewan, was intoxicated and became angry concerning messages that had been sent over the internet. Hurley allegedly went outside his trailer at Mitchell Branch in Red Jacket with a .22 calibre handgun and fired the weapon in an attempt to frighten the individual who had sent the messages.
Hurley was charged with brandishing a deadly weapon, shooting near a building or crowd and public intoxication. After being arrested by MCSD Deputies he was arraigned by Magistrate Dallas Toler.
Deputy Stephen Smith arrested Shawn Muncy, AKA Dwayne Muncy, 28, of Delbarton, for domestic assault after he allegedly he went to the home of his aunt in Ragland, who is confined to a hospital bed. According to the criminal complaint, Muncy “threatened to beat her head in,” which cause her to fear for her safety. He was arraigned by Magistrate Dee Sidebottom.
Joey Marcum, 42, of East Kermit, was arrested for felony receiving stolen property after allegedly buying a bow valued at $3,000, a chainsaw worth $300 and a weed trimmer from Howard Collins. He was arrested by Deputy M.J. Mounts, charged with felony receiving stolen property, and arraigned by Magistrate Dee Sidebottom.