UPDATE: Princeton man charged in fatal shooting

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PRINCETON, WV (WVVA) UPDATE: Police in Princeton have identified the man killed in a shooting over the weekend.

The shooting took place around 3:00 p.m. on Sunday outside home on Kee Street . Jason Varney, who lived at the residence, was pronounced dead at the hospital.

Jan Williams, 25, of Princeton has been arrested and is expected to be arraigned on Monday.

Williams is currently being held in Southern Regional Jail.


According to Chief T.A. Gray with Princeton PD, a man was shot outside of a home at 208 Kee St. in Princeton, WV. The victim passed away from his injuries on the way to the hospital.

A suspect is in custody and police say the neighborhood is safe.

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WVVA is receiving reports of a shooting at 208 Kee St. in Princeton, WV.

Neighbors say they heard two shots fired and called 911. A WVVA reporter is on the scene.

Stick with WVVA News for updates

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