Couple Shot in Tragic Dispute
In a sad ending to a tough situation, according to the WVVA crime report, Terri Storer from Charlestown, West Virginia, was declared guilty of two counts of first-degree murder. The case revolves around the shooting deaths of Jeremiah Thomas, 37, and his wife, Jennifer Thomas, 38, who lived in Greenbrier County. It all happened in November 2019, and now Storer has to wait for her punishment.
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Deadly Shooting Follows Argument Over Trespassing
Captain Maddy shared that the whole thing started with a fight over trespassing. The Thomases argued with people from the Madison Hunting Club near Williamsburg. That’s when Terri Storer shot Jeremiah six times and Jennifer once, leading to their deaths. Storer is now waiting in the Southern Regional Jail to hear what her punishment will be. The community is left to deal with the sad outcome of a disagreement that turned deadly in Greenbrier County.