One suspect named in Oak Hill murder, considered armed and risky

One suspect named in Oak Hill murder, considered armed and risky

Police say two other people in the house were unharmed.

Around 1:30 a.m. Easter Sunday, police responded to the scene of a shooting at a home on Berry Street near Oak Hill.

Derrick Michael Crouse, 19, was charged with murder in Garrett's death, according to a statement posted on the Fayette County Sheriff's Department's Facebook page on Monday night. One suspect entered the home armed with a handgun.

The Fayette County Sheriff's Office has identified a suspect involved in a home invasion Sunday.

"Deputies and officers from the Oak Hill Police Department executed a search warrant at Crouse's last known address in the Rosedale Trailer Park in Oak Hill earlier this evening, but Crouse had already left that area", the statement said. "He is a white man, standing 5'8", with a slender build.

Anyone with information about Crouse's possible location is urged to contact 911 or Crime Stoppers of West Virginia. "They forced entry into the home, shot the victim and fled without saying anything".



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