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ARNETT (WVVA) -- A man is arrested in connection with a shooting in Raleigh County Friday. 

29-year-old Mickey Roger Daniel Jr. of Edwight was arrested Sunday morning for the murder of 77-year-old Johnny Nile Condia of Dameron.

Daniel is currently being held in the Southern Regional Jail pending a bond hearing. 

The investigation is still ongoing. No further details are being released at this time. 

Stay with WVVA as more information becomes available. 

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ARNETT (WVVA) -- The victim in Friday evening's shooting in the Arnett area of Raleigh County has died, WVVA News has learned.

The victim's identity has not been released. According to the Raleigh County Sheriff's Office, the victim was found laying in the roadway on Saxon Bolt Road in Arnett. He reported that his car had been taken after the shooting. 

The victim's car was located by Detectives and is being processed for evidence. Detectives are following up with some leads on the case at this time. 

Anyone having information regarding this crime should contact the Raleigh County Sheriff's Office or Crimestoppers. 

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A shooting in Raleigh County leaves one person fighting for their life. The shooting happened shortly after 6:00 PM on Saxon/ Bolt Road in Arnett.
 
Police tell WVVA that it appears to have been the result of an attempted car jacking.  At this time, deputies are not saying whether the victim is the car owner or the alleged car jacker.  No arrest has been made and deputies do not have a suspect.
 
The shooting victim was taken to Raleigh General Hospital and is listed in critical condition. The Raleigh County Sheriff's Office is handling the investigation.
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