Multiple individuals indicted in Marion County, including 4 men on attempted murder charges

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FAIRMONT, W.Va. – The Marion County Grand Jury has indicted multiple individuals during the second day of indictments for its latest term. Among those indicted include the four individuals charged with attempted murder after a man was stabbed outside of the BFS in White Hall, and the man who is accused of abducting a 4-year-old Marion County girl and taking her to Texas last summer.

James Biggie, 38, of Rivesville; Bruce Davis, 55, of Fairmont; Jason Harris, 50, of Fairmont and Daniel Ryan, 25, of Star City were each indicted on charges of attempted murder in the first degree, malicious assault and conspiracy to commit a felony.

All four men are believed to be involved in an altercation outside of the BFS in White Hall in August where a man was beat, cut and stabbed, causing him to be hospitalized. Law enforcement said the altercation was between members of the Pagan Motorcycle Club and Hell’s Angels Motorcycle Club.

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