Man wanted in Morgantown murder arrested by US Marshals

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — A man police have been looking in connection with a recent Monongalia County murder was taken into custody Friday.

Chance Austin Williams

The US Marshal Service said Chance Williams, 23, of Morgantown, was arrested without incident in the 1000 block of White Avenue in Morgantown.

Williams allegedly killed Jamey Corbin, 47, of Fairmont on Nov. 22.

Morgantown police and Monongalia County deputies helped in Friday’s arrest.

“The U.S. Marshals Service Fugitive Task Force is designed to assist state and local law enforcement apprehend the most dangerous felons and this arrest is a perfect example. The Marshals Service was glad to assist in this case and safely bring this suspect to Justice.” said by Acting U.S. Marshal Terry Moore.

Williams became a suspect in Corbin’s body was found after a car wreck. Police said the wreck did not cause Corbin’s death,


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