UPDATE: New details on 3 Parkersburg residents charged in shooting

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PARKERSBURG, W. Va. (WTAP) - UPDATE: 03/31/2017 2:10 P.M.

Here are the mugshots, names, charges, bond amounts and other new details for the 3 people charged with a shooting Thursday evening in south Parkersburg.

Twenty-one-year Albert Chute, 46-year-old Brenda Bailey, and 24-year-old Chasity Gibson, all of Pakersburg, are all charged with wanton endangerment with a firearm.

Wood County Magistrate Robin Walters set bond at $300,000 for Chute and Bailey.

Magistrate Jody Purkey set Gibson's bond at $10,000.

All three are being held at the North Central Regional Jail.

According to a criminal complaint filed in Magistrate Court, police were called to the area of 7th Avenue and Parmaco St. in south Parkersburg after a report of gunshots in the area.

The complaints says witness provided information on a suspect vehicle.

West Virginia State Police troopers located that vehicle, a silver Mitsubishi, and another vehicle, a gold Dodge Neon, in the parking lot of the 14th Avenue Gospel Mission Church.

That's where all three suspects were taken into custody.

The complaint says Chute admitted in taped statements to "taking part in the planning and commission of firing firearms near a residence in order to scare an individual know to them and believed to be inside."

The complaint also says several people were outside the residence near the area where the shots were fired."

Three people were arrested Thurdsay night after a shooting earlier in the afternoon in Parkersburg.

Parkersburg police say it was reported around 4:40 p.m. Thursday.

They confirm at least one shot was fired out of a car window toward a home on the 800 block of Locust Street.

Based on witness's descriptions, police saw a car driving near Crescent and 14th Avenue and pulled it over.

Two women and a man were detained around 6 p.m. in the parking lot of the Gospel Mission Church on 14th Avenue.

Chief Joe Martin says no one has been charged yet, but two of them are likely to be charged tonight.

Martin also says the incident appears to be domestic.

We will bring you more information as it becomes available.

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