Written by Your 5News Team
Created on August 20, 2013 @ 12:34PM
SUMMERSVILLE, W.Va. (AP) - West Virginia officials have called in experts from Washington, D.C., as they try to identify two sets of human remains found in a Nicholas County storage unit.
Prosecutors tell The Register-Herald that no positive identification has been made on the bodies or a skull. The skull was found in the home of 61-year-old Wanda Kiser.
Prosecutors say Kiser will be charged with illegally disposing of a body once she's released from a hospital.
Arrest warrants were issued after the bodies were discovered last Wednesday.
Kiser faces 10 forgery counts in Alabama for allegedly cashing retirement checks belonging to 105-year-old Mary Cobb and 84-year-old Wynona Delvecchio of Jasper, Ala.
Alabama authorities say Kiser checked both women out of a nursing home there in 2000. They were reported missing in 2003.
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