Wanda Kiser is helped off of a plane after landing at the Walker County Airport. Source: Karen Church/WBRC
Wanda Kiser is wheeled into the Walker County Jail. Source: Karen Church/WBRC
Kiser was extradited back to Alabama from West Virginia after being charged with two counts of concealing a dead body. Source: Karen Church/WBRC
Wynona Delvecchio (left photo) and Mary Cobb (red jacket). Source: Jasper Police Department
JASPER, AL (WBRC) -
A woman who charged in connection to the disappearance of two elderly Walker County women was extradited back to Alabama from West Virginia on Wednesday.
In August, Wanda Kiser was charged with two counts of concealing or aiding and abetting another to conceal a dead body after human remains were found in a storage facility in Summersville, West Virginia.
Those remains could link Kiser to the disappearance of her former neighbors, 104-year-old Mary Cobb and her daughter, 83-year-old Wynona Delvecchio. The Jasper women went missing in 2002.
Kiser was previously found guilty of collecting Cobb's retirement checks. She paid around $10,000 in restitution.
After being arrested in West Virginia in August, Wanda Kiser was fighting extradition back to Alabama.
Kiser will be tried in Walker County on 17 counts of forgery in the cold cause. The fraud charges are in connection with money allegedly taken by Kiser that was intended for Cobb and Delvecchio.
Kiser arrived at the Walker County airport in Jasper around 3 p.m. Wednesday. She was assisted off the plane and helped into a waiting car. She was later wheeled into the Walker County Jail in a wheelchair.
She did not comment to media.
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