Nutter Fort man faces felony firearms charges

Gavel-RulingELKINS, W.Va. — A federal grand jury in Elkins returns an indictment against a domestic violence offender charged with unlawful firearms possession.

Adam Bradford Linch, 35, of Nutter Fort, had a domestic violence protective order against him stemming from August 2005 in Duval County, Florida.
In February 2012, Linch was convicted of domestic battery in Harrison County.

He was prohibited from possessing guns. In March, Linch had a .45 caliber pistol and ammunition in his possession.

If convicted, Linch faces up to 10 years in prison on each of two firearms possession charges.