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Third suspect sought in fatal Calhoun County home invasion

Jamie Lee Miller, 30, is wanted by State Police in connection to a Dec. 5 home invasion in Calhoun County. (West Virginia State Police)

West Virginia State Police have identified a third suspect in a fatal home invasion in Calhoun County.

Jamie Lee Miller, 30, is wanted by State Police in connection to a Dec. 5 home invasion in Calhoun County.

Troopers said Miller was picked up by a friend and they are believed to be traveling south on I-79. He also has other active warrants out for his arrest.

Anyone who spots Miller, or has information on his whereabouts should call 911.

On Dec. 5, West Virginia State Police said a man who attempted to defend himself in a home invasion in Calhoun County and fired shots at the suspects was found dead at the scene.

Meanwhile, a man who State Police said they believe was at the scene of the fatal shooting was dumped at the Minnie Hamilton emergency room in Grantsville with gunshot wounds to his head and stomach.

State Police said in a news release that Eugene Stevens, 77, was found dead of gunshot wounds at a home on Cain Road in the Big Bend area of the county. Travis Boggs, 25, of Stinson was the man who was wounded and will face charges in Stevens’ fatal shooting, State Police said.


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