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FAYETTEVILLE (WVVA) - A Fayette County man accused of fatally shooting his neighbor appeared in court Thursday.

Probable cause was found to send the case against Matthew Paul Gravley to the September grand jury.

Gravley, 29, of Hilltop is charged with murder in the early April shooting of 22-year-old Gary Wayne Smith -- also of Hilltop.

Smith was found by police on the morning of April 3 with a gunshot wound to the torso. He was transported to Plateau Medical Center in Oak Hill where he was pronounced dead.

Gravley was taken into custody at the scene without incident.

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