Six people arrested after beating and robbery in Wyoming County

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Six people are facing charges after a beating and robbery in

Wyoming County

. According to Chief Ray Toler with the Mullens Police Department, Keith Farrelly called police and said he was beaten and robbed. Farrelly was transferred to the hospital in

Morgantown

on June 6th with a broken leg and eye injury.

Wednesday night, officers arrested Ryan Campbell, Stephanie Ross, Kayla Rowan, Elizabeth Savage, and Michael Cook of

New Jersey

. All of the suspects except

Campbell

recently moved to Mullens from

New Jersey

.

Campbell

is charged with robbery and malicious wounding. His bond is set at $50,000.

Ross is charged with obstruction, malicious wounding, and battery. Her bond is set at $25,000.

Rowan is charged with malicious wounding and is also wanted on charges in

New Jersey

. She’s being held on $25,000 bond.

The victim, Keith Farrelly, was also arrested on obstruction charges from a different incident. He is also wanted in

New Jersey

, and his bond was set at $1,000 cash only.

Savage was arrested for charges stemming from a fight that took place between everyone involved. She’s charged with battery, and her bond is set at $1,000.

Cook was taken into custody for petit larceny. The two bonds he was currently released on have been revoked, and he is still facing bond violation charges.

All six suspects were taken before Magistrate Boles Wednesday night and are being held in the Southern Regional Jail.

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