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A West Virginia man faces a murder charge after police say he provided the firearm that was used to kill a Carroll County woman and helped dispose of her body.

Norman A. Bradford Jr., 49, of Falling Waters, was arrested by members of the U.S. Marshals Mountain State Fugitive Task Force and the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office in Harpers Ferry, according to a news release from the U.S. Marshals Service..

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He has been charged with first-degree murder in Berkeley County, according to a criminal complaint. Bradford is being held without bond, online jail records show. He was booked at Eastern Regional Jail.

Four men, including a senior member of the Hells Angel have been charged following an ongoing investigation into alleged violent and criminal activity


U.S. Marshals Service wrote in a release Bradford is suspected of conspiring with others in the murders of 18-year-old Taneytown resident Danielle Tyler and Westminster resident Heather Grogg, 33, in an effort to cover up the murder of Taneytown resident Jonathan Riddle, also 33. Riddle’s body was found on fire with stab wounds about 40 feet from a road in Rippon, West Virginia, on March 18, according to police.


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