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Investigators Continue To Dig For Evidence In Goble Murder
Reported by: Kristin Keeling
Videographer: Matt Durrett
Web Producer: Kristin Keeling
Reported: Apr. 26, 2012 6:08 PM EDT
Updated: Apr. 26, 2012 6:30 PM EDT
Chesapeake , Kanawha County , West Virginia
Emotions are still running high in a neighborhood on Ohio Avenue. Especially for people who now life just feet away from a crime scene. A scene where police say answers to Kathy Goble's disappearance were buried for two years.
"You couldn't have a heart to do something like he did to that lady," said neighbor, Charles Hughey.
"He just seemed like not the type of person that would be capable of doing that," said neighbor, Greg Hawks.
The people who knew a lot about suspect Charles March are in disbelief. The investigation hits too close to home for Charles Hughey. His wife gave March a ride home from work every Saturday.
"When I found out what he did to this lady, I told my wife Reba I said...maybe something could have happened to her. You never know," he said.
Now investigators are digging deeper into what led to Kathy Goble's death and dismemberment.
Anthropologists from the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. will examine the bones and police are taking a closer look at March's home.
Police believe March's confession was left, but there are still many questions. "It's just a matter of verifying what he told us. A lot of that information we already knew. We just couldn't connect it to him at the time," said Sheriff Mike Rutherford.
There's still so much evidence to uncover, and few answers concerning motive.
While a neighborhood stands in shock. "What set him over the edge and what led him to actually kill someone," said Hawks.
Police say March has given them an excuse as to why he allegedly killed Kathy Goble. They're not releasing that information, but they say they're looking into the truth of his motive.
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