MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Police have recovered about $4,000 in paintball guns and accessories stolen in March from a Berkeley County business, and a man was arraigned Thursday in Berkeley County Magistrate Court in connection with the case, according to records.
Joshua Gregory Shiley, 19, of 1120 Shiley Road in Inwood, W.Va., was charged by Berkeley County Sheriff's Department Deputy R.L. Steerman Jr., with breaking and entering, grand larceny and conspiracy breaking and entering. A $7,500 bond was set by Magistrate Jim Humphrey.
On March 11, Steerman responded to Skyline Paintball at 1504 Winchester Ave. to talk with the business owner, who discovered the front door window broken.
Several paintball guns were missing and $250 in cash was taken from the cash drawer, Steerman later was told.
An employee told Steerman that Shiley was at his house the night before the break-in was reported because they were supposed to go paintballing with another friend.