Video released in pharmacy shooting

Warning: graphic video

PINCH, W.Va. — The Kanawha County Sheriff’s Department released surveillance video Thursday evening of a Wednesday robbery attempt and shooting at the Good Family Pharmacy in Pinch.

The video shows Terry Gillenwater, 25, of Quick, entering the pharmacy with a bandana over his face and pulling out a gun. Pharmacist Don Radcliff immediately pulled his own gun and shot Gillenwater. Gillenwater pointed the gun again and a second shot from Radcliff hit Gillenwater’s weapon. Moments later Radcliff fired a third shot. Gillenwater died later at a Charleston hospital.

Radcliff had a legal conceal carry permit. Kanawha County deputies said he would not be charged with a crime. The information is being turned over to the county prosecutor’s office for review.





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