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JASPER, Ala. (WIAT) – Wanda Kiser, the woman suspected in the disappearance Mary Cobb and Wynona Delvecchio, is scheduled to appear in court later this week.
Kiser’s hearing is set for Friday.
She’s charged in West Virginia with illegally disposing of a body.
Douglas Owsley, head of the Physical Anthropology Division for the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, has remains found under a home in Walker County. Authorities hope Owsley will be able to determine if those bones belong to the two women.
The two were last seen in 2002.
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