CHESAPEAKE, W.Va. (AP) - Police believe human remains found in a Kanawha County yard are those of a woman missing for nearly two years, and the owner of the property who had worked with the woman has been charged with murder.
Sixty-year-old Charles March was arraigned Wednesday in Kanawha County Magistrate Court.
Sheriff's deputies say the remains found in Chesapeake are believed to be those of 62-year-old Kathy Goble.
Investigators are waiting for the remains to be positively identified, but they said they made an "immediate connection"
between March and Goble.
Sheriff Mike Rutherford says March, who worked with Goble at a Charleston men's clothing store, had been questioned three times since Goble disappeared in April 2010.
The court had no information on whether March has an attorney.
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