VANCEBURG, Ky. — A Kentucky man who fatally shot one person and wounded four others as they tried to repossess a automobile has been charged with homicide and assault, police stated.
Michael Justice, 47, used to be charged Wednesday with killing Bryan Biggs, 37, of West Portsmouth, Ohio, and wounding the others during a dispute that broke out at a Lewis County house because the crew used to be repossessing a 2004 Chevy Silverado, Kentucky Train Police stated in an announcement. Troopers at the Morehead put up stated they replied spherical 12: 30 a.m. to the file of a shooting.
Thompson Biggs-Cox, Aaron Cottrell, and Bonnie Dalton had been taken to do hospitals for gunshot wounds, police stated. Kari Biggs used to be shot, but refused remedy. Each person wounded used to be from West Portsmouth, Ohio, police stated.
Justice used to be being held within the Lewis County Detention Center with out bond, in accordance to online jail records. It wasn’t definite whether he has an attorney.