Investigators believe Jasper cold case is solved

Melissa Crabtree/CBS42
Melissa Crabtree/CBS42

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Wanda Kiser’s Summersville, Wv storage unit is described as a house of horrors with one work telling authorities remains in bags including a skull,  leg with a sock still on it. “

Walker County Assistant District Attorney looked at all of the remains at the medical examiners office before it was taken by state police … remains which for some reason were brought from Alabama all the way to West Virginia.

Bryan Warren, Walker County Assistant District Attorney, “It was very disturbing.”

The D.A’s office, ABI’s Reed Mclaughlin and Jasper police officer Jimmy Vann went to the storage unit to see the 5 by 6 crime scene.

Some speculate the 17 counts of forgery in Alabama which led to Kiser’s house arrest made her so paranoid that she decided to dump the remains in the storage unit.

Meanwhile, Mary Cobb and Wynona Delvecchio will finally get a proper burial.

Warren says following their burial, justice must be served for whoever is responsible for this desecration of two innocent women.

 

CBS 42′s Melissa Crabtree continues our exclusive coverage from West Virginia.

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