A man accused of shooting and robbing a person of $200 remained in jail after his case was sent to the grand jury, and the woman who testified on his behalf went to jail as well.
William Fulz, 34, of 15 Sterling St. Apt. 15, was arrested without incident on Feb. 26, hours after the alleged incident near 88 Tyler Banks Court.
Winchester Police Capt. James Hall said he was called to Clark Regional Medical Center a couple hours after Earl McVey Jr. was shot once in the knee. McVey told police that Fulz called him earlier in the evening of Feb. 26 and asked to meet him at 88 Tyler Banks, Hall said. When he arrived, he said Fulz pulled a gun, held it to McVey’s head and demanded all his money. McVey refused after telling Fulz he only had $200, Hall said. McVey told police that Fulz shot him in the knee.