Plea Entered in West Side Shooting
A man accused in a shooting at a West Side Convenience store has entered his plea. Antonio Collins appeared in court Monday and pleaded guilty to attempted murder, being a repeat offender, and malicious wounding. Josh Lawson was shot in the neck and his friend was also shot last April at a 7-Eleven on Charleston's West Side. Collins was arrested in Columbus and brought back to Charleston to face charges. He'll face 13 o 50 years in prison when he's sentenced.