DELBARTON – A husband and wife face felony charges related to malicious wounding after a man was shot at Pigeon Roost Hollow on Saturday, June 25.
Edgar Arnold Hall Jr., 48 from Delbarton, and Audrey Hall, 30 from Delbarton, face a host of charges after law enforcement with the Mingo County Sheriff’s Department (MCSD) and the Delbarton Police Department (DPD) discovered that Hall had allegedly shot a man at a residence located at Pigeon Roost Hollow.
A criminal complaint states that on Saturday, Hall allegedly shot Timmy White through his forearm. After exiting White’s forearm, the bullet then travelled into White’s abdomen.
When officers arrived at the scene, Hall had a weapon held in the lower back area of his pants. According to the criminal complaint, Hall confessed to shooting White and stated that Audrey Hall provided him with the firearm used to shoot White.
A complaint filed on Audrey Hall states that she pointed a Taurus .357 revolver at Timmy White. She then gave the firearm to her husband Edgar Hall Jr. who used the firearm to shoot Mr. White.
Following the incident, Audrey Hall was transported to Delbarton City Hall for processing. While at city hall, Audrey Hall allegedly struck three officers with her fists and kicked the officers “numerous times.” Audrey Hall also allegedly kicked an EMS employee during a video statement.
Audrey Hall has been charged with malicious wounding, conspiracy, brandishing, three counts of battery on an officer and battery on an EMS employee.
Edgar Arnold Hall Jr. faces charges related to malicious wounding, conspiracy and brandishing.
Both were transported to the regional jail located at Holden, W.Va. and were arraigned by Magistrate Brock Mounts. A cash only bond has been set for $70,000 on Audrey Hall. A cash only bond has also been set for Edgar Hall Jr. for $72,000.
(Information in this article was obtained by use of criminal complaints which are public record. A criminal complaint is merely an accusation and those named should be considered innocent until proven guilty.)
(Courtney Harrison is a news reporter for the Williamson Daily News. She can be contacted at [email protected] or at 304-235-4242 ext. 2279.)