Update: West Virginia woman extradited on charges with concealment of human remains
Wanda Kiser, of Nicholas County, WV faces multiple forgery charges and two counts of concealment of human remains
JASPER, Ala. (AP) - A West Virginia woman charged with concealment of a dead body in the disappearance of two Walker County women has been extradited to Alabama.
Wanda Kiser arrived at the Walker County airport in Jasper, Ala. Wednesday afternoon and was led from the plane in a wheelchair. She was later taken to the county jail.
In August, police found the bodies of the two women inside 61-year-old Kiser's rented storage unit in West Virginia.
Alabama authorities issued a warrant for Kiser's arrest in early July on 10 counts of forgery. Kiser was found guilty of cashing retirement checks belonging to 105-year-old Mary Cobb and 84-year-old Wynona Delvecchio, both of Jasper.
Alabama authorities have said Kiser checked the women out of a nursing home in 2000.
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A West Virginia woman was charged with two counts of concealment of human remains.
Wanda Kiser was charged with concealment of human remains in connection to two bodies found in Nicholas County, WV. Kiser was taken to the hospital for a severe nosebleed and will be taken to jail following her release from the hospital. Her bond was set at $50,000.
Kiser is also facing multiple counts of forgery.
Kiser is accused of forging checks from two missing women from Alabama. Mary Cobb and her daughter, Wynona Delvecchio, haven't been seen since 2002. Kiser is a former neighbor of the missing women.