CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- A Charleston man faces up to 50 years in prison after pleading guilty Monday to attempted murder and malicious wounding.
Antonio "Shake" Collins, 33, admitted to shooting Joshua Lawson and Patrick Moore Jr. at the 7-Eleven on Washington Street West in April.
He faces up to 50 years in prison when Kanawha Circuit Judge Charles King sentences him Dec. 12.
Because he is a repeat offender, prosecutors will ask that Collins' sentences on the two separate charges run one after the other, making the minimum he would face 13 years. If the sentences run at the same time, he faces a minimum of six years, according to prosecutors.
Police arrested Collins in Columbus, Ohio after the April incident.
Surveillance video from the gas station shows Collins bump into Lawson, who then exchanged words with Collins, according to police.
Collins pulled a handgun, pressed it to the victim's face and shot him, police have said.
After he shot Lawson, Collins then chased Moore, a friend of Lawson, to the back of the store and shot him in the face too, according to police.