One Man Still Sought as Woman Turns Herself in for Murder

The Kanawha County Sheriff's office had been looking for Kelsey Legg, and she was arrested Saturday evening. She turned in herself at the Charleston Police Department on the outstanding warrant for felony murder in connection with the investigation of the disappearance and murder of Kareem Hunter. Her preliminary hearing is scheduled for October 10th as the investigation into Hunter's death continues. Particularly, the investigators are seeking information on the identity of the white man seen with Ms. Legg on surveillance video at the Lowe’s home improvement store in Kanawha City buying a roll of carpet. After Hunter's murder, the carpet was reportedly cleaned, and carpet was replaced. Anyone with information should contact the Kanawha County Sheriff's office.