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As of early morning Tuesday, June 15, the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office was still looking for a man considered armed and dangerous.
William Daniel McGuire, 54, is being sought in connection to an incident in Peterstown, occurring on Monday, June 14.
Working along with MCSO “to bring William Daniel McGuire to justice to answer the warrants of attempted murder, malicious wounding, and domestic battery” are the West Virginia State Police, West Virginia Department of Natural Resource’s Law Enforcement Division, Giles County Sheriff’s Department, Rich Creek Police Department, Virginia State Police, Pearisburg Police Department.
McGuire stands 5’6,” weighs 163 pounds, has brown hair and hazel eyes.
According to MCSO, “It is possible that the suspect could be in a green, older model Ford Ranger.”
The sheriff’s department warns, “If any person in any way knowingly aid(s) or abet(s) any other person in the commission of any offense described in section fourteen, fourteen-a, fourteen-c or fourteen-d of this article, either as accessory before or an accessory after the fact, such person so aiding and abetting shall be guilty as a principal in the commission of such offense and shall be punished in the same manner and to the same extent as is provided in said sections for the person who committed the offense. The venue of any offense committed in violation of the provisions of this section shall be as provided in section seven, article eleven of this chapter.”
Anyone with information is asked to notify any local 911 Center, or they can call the Monroe County 911 Center at 304-772-3911.
“Law enforcement wants to thank all the support and the tips that we have received on this crime,” the MCSO expressed.

Theresa Flerx is an editor and reporter for The West Virginia Daily News family of newspapers and an author of books of nonfiction and fiction. She has a degree in Criminal Justice Law/Enforcement. Flerx has won awards from the West Virginia Press Association and WV Writers Inc. 2015 Writing Competition.

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