According to WCHS, two individuals were charged individually for their roles in the death of a man in a motel room in Jefferson County.
Reportedly, Charles Wilbert Cook Jr. and Amanda Lynn Frey were charged with the death of a man who was last seen on May 25, 2021, and reported missing on May 30, 2021.
According to West Virginia State Police, Cook and Frey regularly attended Motel 6 on Jefferson Terrance Road in Charles Town. Reportedly, police think that Cook stabbed the victim during an argument in one of the motel rooms.
It is unknown where and when the victim's body was found, but Frey was found July 6 in Berkely County and charged with concealment of a deceased human body.
Days later, Cook was found in Berkley County and was charged with second-degree murder on July 19, 2021.
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