Host Bray Cary sits down with Jared Marcum, his stepfather Allen Lardieri, and his attorney Benjamin White to talk about the controversy and his arrest.
Marcum was arrested last week on two charges:
§61-6-14 Disturbance of schools, societies, and other assemblies, and
§61-5-17 Obstructing officer; fleeing from officer; making false statements to officer.
You can find a copy of the paperwork sent home with Jared here.
White believes charges will be filed on Marcum's behalf sometime early next week.
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Rob Alsop stops by to talk about his tenure as Governor Tomblin's Chief of Staff, and his plans for the future. On Tuesday, April 23rd, Alsop announced he would be leaving the Governor's Office this coming spring.
Dr. Rachel Mohr, a professor of forensic science at West Virginia University, joins us to discuss the growth and advancement of forensic science.
Charleston Mayor Danny Jones stops in to speak about the new home rule bill and how it impacts existing gun laws in West Virginia cities.