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Friends, family hold vigil for man who killed 4, himself

Dominion Post photo by Matt Sunday Friends of the late Jody Hunt, Ashley Ice (left) and Kerri Everd (right), console Hunt’s uncle, Jim Forsythe, at a vigil held for Hunt on Wednesday, Dec. 3, at J&J Towing and Repair in Westover.
Dominion Post photo by Matt Sunday
Friends of the late Jody Hunt, Ashley Ice (left) and Kerri Everd (right), console Hunt’s uncle, Jim Forsythe, at a vigil held for Hunt on Wednesday, Dec. 3, at J&J Towing and Repair in Westover.

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Friends and family of Jody Hunt held a vigil Wednesday, Dec. 3, to remember the man they knew, not the killer.

“Our Jody wasn’t that man,” said Kerri Everd, a friend of Hunt’s.

Hunt shot and killed four people during a three-site shooting rampage on Monday, Dec. 1. Sharon Kay Berkshire, 39, of Westover, Michael David Frum, 28, of Maidsville, were shot at a residence off Sunset Beach Road in Cheat Lake. Jody Taylor, 43, was shot at a residence off Sweet Pea Lane. Doug Brady, owner of Doug’s Towing was shot at his Dunkard Avenue shop.

Hunt’s second cousin Jim Forsythe spoke during the vigil…

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