An elderly Maysville woman has been charged with accessory after the fact in the death of a man missing since 2014.
Jackqueline Joan Hansley, 74, was charged Tuesday by the Onslow County Sheriff’s Office.
According to warrants, she helped Early Lynn Isner Sr. with disposing and burying Arwayne Singhal.
Isner has not yet been charged with any crime related to Singhal’s death.
Arwayne “Wayne” or “Kush” Singhal, 27, last was seen at his Cedar Creek Drive home between 5 and 6 p.m. Feb. 28, 2014, according to Daily News archives.
According to warrants, Hansley helped dispose or bury Singhal between Feb. 28, 2014 and March 7, 2014.
Maj. Chris Thomas with the Onslow County Sheriff’s Office confirmed that the sheriff’s office was working an active homicide investigation.
He said that the body was found Friday but would not release further information, citing the ongoing investigation.
Singhal was married at the time of his disappearance and has children who did not live with the couple at their Cedar Creek Drive home, Onslow County Sheriff’s detective Todd McAllister told The Daily News at the time.
Singhal was born in India and had been living with his wife for about nine months in Jacksonville after he moved from his former home in New Jersey, McAllister added. Singhal’s wife was living in West Virginia when the couple met.
No missing person report was filed from anyone locally. Singhal was missing for seven days when his family in New York reported his absence.
Singhal rarely went long without contacting his relatives in New York, the detective said.
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