Teen found dead in Braxton County identified

BURNSVILLE, W.Va. — The state Medical Examiner has identified a body discovered last week in Braxton County. State Police say the victim is Isaac Kevin James Canterbury, 18, of St. Albans.

Canterbury was found along Salt Lick Road in Braxton County on Wednesday, may 4.

State Police say they have several persons of interest in the case and are collecting evidence at the scene and elsewhere.

So far no arrests, but they are asking for the public’s help if anyone is aware of what may have happened.





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