Police blotter: Teen reports he was robbed at gunpoint at Huntington home
January 08, 2010 @ 12:00 AM

BILL ROSENBERGER

The Herald-Dispatch-Huntington, WV

The following information was provided by the Huntington, WV Police Department:

FIRST-DEGREE ROBBERY/BURGLARY: Two people playing video games with a 17-year-old Dec. 27 threatened him with a handgun and took thousands of dollars worth of items from the home in the 1300 block of Rear 4th Avenue.

The victim also stated one of the suspects hit him in the back of the head with the gun.

After the suspects left, he called his mother and stepfather. Sometime between Dec. 27 and Jan. 3, while staying with his stepfather, someone entered the residence and took a $3,500 big-screen television.

Items taken by the first two suspects included a video game system, games and accessories, a laptop, printer, shoes, autographed football and $160 in cash. The total loss, including the television and cash, was estimated at $5,700.

Police blotter: Teen reports he was robbed at gunpoint at Huntington home - The Herald Dispatch

Good Lord! Seems like it's not a good time to be 17 in Huntington! In an earlier article I submitted there was a 17 y/o shooter, now one who's a victim.

Guess the victim was beating the others on the video game and they decided to get even. Maybe?