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Giuseppe SabellaPublic Safety Reporter

Giuseppe Sabella — often referred to as Joe to make life easier — is a Florida native who made his way to West Virginia in 2017. Along with enduring frigid winters and enjoying the new scenery, he also serves the newspaper as a public safety reporter.

Giuseppe Sabella
304-348-5189

Recent Articles and Columns

Nearly 30 people accused of gun, drug trafficking in Upshur County
Roane man arrested after allegedly kidnapping, assaulting woman
Nitro police captain fired over off-duty confrontation caught on video
Arrest, suicide follow 10-hour standoff in Putnam County
Death of teenager reveals shortfalls at Charleston facility
Seven men accused of conspiracy in South Charleston after visit to Kohl’s
Charleston police chief clears officers after suspect dies during arrest
Boone County manhunt ends after officer-involved shooting, pursuit
Two WV elk killed during collision with ambulance
Mucklow to vacate New Beginnings treatment center in Cross Lanes
No arrests after swastika vandalism in Kanawha City
WV responders headed to Florida for Hurricane Irma
Former sheriff’s deputy charged after road rage captured on video
Charleston sues West Side nonprofit over fire, refuse fees
Authorities seize more than 50 cats from Charleston home
No injuries after bullet hits Charleston ambulance
Kanawha magistrate drops felony charge against New Beginnings owner
Three fatal fires reported in separate counties over the weekend
Lawsuits filed over late payments at Mucklow’s treatment center
Bluefield police officer avoids DUI charge, faces suspension
Fayette County clerk, former sheriff Kessler dies
Fayette educator arrested again on sex abuse charges
WV murder suspect arrested in Maryland on gun, drug charges
Sissonville shooting leaves man dead after suspected knife attack
Man pleads not guilty to federal indictment for gun, drug charges