Two indicted after a hunting dispute left two people dead in Greenbrier County

GREENBRIER COUNTY, WV (WOAY) – A grand jury has indicted two people after a shooting incident that occurred over a hunting dispute in Greenbrier County that killed two people.

Terri Storer, 45, was indicted by a grand jury for two counts of murder.  Randy Barnhart, 50, was indicted on two counts of accessory after the fact to murder.

According to the indictments, Terri Storer willfully, maliciously, and deliberately killed Jeremiah Russell Thomas, and Jennifer Faye Thomas back on November 29, 2019.  The indictment goes on to say that Randy Barnhart aided Storer to avoid or escape detention, arrest, trial, or punishment.  Barnhart fabricated the facts to protect Storer.

West Virginia State Police says that the shooting incident took place on Coleman Road in Williamsburg, WV, over an argument about a hunting lease.

Storer is being held without bond at Eastern Regional Jail, while Barnhart was released on a 25,000 dollar secured bond.

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