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JASPER, Ala. (WIAT) — The wheels of justice are turning in the case against a West Virginia woman charged in connection with a ten year old cold cast in Jasper.
On Monday, the Walker County District Attorney will present Governor Bentley’s office with the extradition application for Wanda Kiser.
Bentley must approve the application before her extradition hearing can be set.
Kiser is suspected of forging the names of two missing Jasper women in order to steal their benefits while she was their caretaker.
She’s currently under house arrest in West Virginia.
The District Attorney’s Office expects Kiser to return to Alabama in August.
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