UPDATE: 6/2/2022, 9:29 a.m.
FAIRMONT, W.Va. — The third suspect in a shootout and manhunt which took place in Harrison and Marion counties is now in custody.
The man, Luis Lebron, 25, has been charged with conspiracy, presentation of a firearm during the commission of a felony, bringing stolen property into the state, attempted murder and third-degree arson.
He is being held in North Central Regional Jail on $1,000,012 bond.
UPDATE: 5/27/2022, 3:08 p.m.
FAIRMONT, W.Va. – Charges for the three people involved in the shootout and manhunt in Marion and Harrison counties on Thursday have been released. At this point, the injured suspect, Luis Lebron, has not been charged but is being held at Ruby Memorial Hospital for treatment. He will receive the same charges and bail as the two other suspects, according to Marion County Sheriff Jimmy Riffle.
The charges for Wilber Chicas and Jeroenne Carballo are as follows:
- 2 counts of attempted murder
- Bringing stolen property into the state
- Presentation of a firearm during the commission of a felony
- Third-degree arson
They are each being held on $1,000,012 bail. All three of them are from Greenville, South Carolina.
ORIGINAL: 5/27/2022, 11:37 a.m.
The names of three suspects in the Marion County police chase and shooting that took place Thursday evening have been released.
According to Marion County Sheriff Jimmy Riffle, three people are in custody and are facing multiple felony counts after a police chase started in Harrison County and spurred a shootout and manhunt in Fairmont along Interstate 79.
The following individuals have been arrested.
- Wilber Chicas, 26, is being held on $1,000,012 bail
- Jeroenne Carballo, 20, is being held on $1,000,012 bail
- Luis Lebron, 25, is currently at Ruby Memorial Hospital in stable condition; he will be charged with the same felonies and have the same bail as the other two suspects once he is released, according to Sheriff Riffle.
Lebron was shot by a Harrison County deputy during Thursday night’s incident. No other people were injured during the shootout.
All three men are from out-of-state, Sheriff Riffle told 12 News.
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