From the Charleston Daily Mail of July 12, 2009
Mason County man fatally shoots his son
State Police say a Mason County man is claiming self defense after fatally shooting his son during a dispute in his New Haven home.
Troopers said Lyman Greenlee fired a single shot at his son Charles Scott Greenlee, 35, of Point Pleasant. The incident happened about 10 p.m. Friday, said Trooper A.D. Wooton, the investigating officer.
Charles Greenlee died of his injuries.
Charles Greenlee had gone to the Seventh Street home of his father and stepmother earlier Friday evening and the three of them got into an argument, troopers said.
State Police spokesman Michael Baylous said Charles Greenlee assaulted his father and then began assaulting his stepmother, whose name has not been released. At that time, Lyman Greenlee retrieved a small- to medium-sized handgun and ordered his son to stop, Baylous said.
Troopers said Lyman Greenlee then fired one shot, which struck his son.
State Police said alcohol might have been a factor in the incident.
Troopers said Lyman Greenlee was questioned Friday night and that the man has cooperated fully with the investigation. He told officers he shot his son in self-defense, Baylous said.
Lyman Greenlee was not arrested, nor has he been charged, police said.
Baylous said the case will be handed over to the Mason County prosecutor's office and taken to a grand jury, which will decide if the evidence merits an indictment.
State Police still are investigating.