Two indicted in connection with murder over hunting lease

Greenbrier County West Virginia, a grand jury, has indicted two people with the murder of two people that were killed over a dispute over a hunting lease.

WCHSTV reported that Terri Storer,46, was indicted for two counts of murder. With the indictment saying Storer ” Willfully, maliciously, deliberately, and unlawfully” murdered both victims. Randy Barnhart was also charged on two counts of accessory after the fact.

On November 29, 2019, Jeremiah and Jennifer Thomas were shot and killed by Storer after a dispute regarding a hunting lease. The indictment says that Barnhart helped Storer after the murder too, ” avoid or escape detention, arrest, trial or punishment.”

Both were taken to jail on Sunday. Storer is being held without bond, and Barnhart was released on a $25,000 bail.