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3 arrested after authorities find dead body in Berkeley County

MARTINSBURG — So far, three people have been arrested after allegedly working together to conceal a deceased human body.

The Journal reports Anthony Travis Hoskins, 30, of Jefferson Orchard Road, Kearneysville; Kristin Price, 27, of Middleway Pike, Inwood; and Samuel G. Forman, 44, also of Middleway Pike, Inwood, were arraigned Wednesday in Berkeley County Magistrate Court on the felony charges of concealment of deceased human body and conspiracy.

The victim has been identified as Marvin Todd Hansrote, who was reported missing July 3rd. Ten days later, remains matching a description of Hansrote were found near a home off Winchester Avenue in Inwood.

Hansrote’s boss told police that he had been keeping some of the victim’s paycheck for safe keeping, court records said. The employer indicated that on June 17, he gave the victim a large sum of his money to find a place to live and purchase furniture.

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