PRESTON COUNTY, W. Va. (WDTV) - UPDATE 11/05/19 @ 11:38 a.m.
Aaron Hoard of Morgantown has been charged with murder after he allegedly shot and killed 38 year old Grant Felton Sunday morning.
According to the criminal complaint, the 33-year-old got into a fight at the bar. He was removed from the bar by staff.
Hoard then got a handgun from a nearby parked vehicle and fired a number of shots into the air, according to court documents. Felton attempted to subdue Hoard but was shot numerous times and died.
Hoard turned himself in Monday. He is currently being held at North Central Regional Jail with no bond.
UPDATE 11/04/19 @ 5:55 p.m.
A man who was wanted on murder charges turned himself in on Monday.
According to Monongalia County Sheriff Perry Palmer, Aaron Hoard of Morgantown turned himself in.
According to the Preston County Sheriff Office's Facebook page, a shooting at the Shorthorns Saloon in Terra Alta resulted in the death of 38 year old Grant Felton Sunday morning.
Chief Deputy Paul Pritt with the Preston County Sheriff's Department says that early Sunday morning, Hoard was removed from Shorthorns Saloon due to being a disturbance. After he was removed, the incident occurred.
"Several people tried to get them to exit and just leave to get in their vehicles," Pritt said. "That's when the pistol apparently introduced into the situation and several shots were fired."
Pritt says after Felton was shot, he was taken to the hospital where he was later pronounced dead.
According to the press release, Hoard was believed to be accompanied by his significant other. It is unclear whether she will be charged or not.
Stick with 5 News as this investigation develops.
According to the Preston County Sheriff Office's Facebook page a shooting at the Shorthorns Saloon in Terra Alta resulted in the death of 38 year old Grant Felton.
They say Felton was shot by an Aaron Glenn Hoard of Morgantown who is currently on the run.
They believe hoard is with his significant other and one year old child.
Hoard drives a 2018 black Dodge Ram.
At this time police say Hoard is believed to be armed and dangerous and anyone with any information is asked to contact Lt. J.G. Rodeheaver at 304-329-1611