CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – Authorities say skeletal remains found in Tennessee are those of a missing Fort Campbell soldier.
Tennessee Bureau of Investigation spokeswoman Susan Niland sent a statement to news media Wednesday confirming that the remains found at Exit 19 on Interstate 24 in Robertson County have been identified as belonging to Pfc. Shadow McClaine, who was a member of the 101st Airborne Division at the Army post on the Kentucky-Tennessee line. She was reported missing in September and her abandoned car was found in Nashville.
Two Fort Campbell soldiers were charged in November with murder, kidnapping and conspiracy in the case. The Army post said Thursday that Sgt. Jamal Williams-McCray and Spc. Charles Robinson remain in pre-trial confinement awaiting court-martial on the charges.
According to media reports, Williams-McCray is McClaine’s ex-husband.
Copyright 2017 The Associated Press.
2 Fort Campbell soldiers charged in woman’s disappearance
Two Fort Campbell soldiers have been charged with murder, kidnapping and conspiracy in the disappearance of another soldier.
The Army post announced the military charges Tuesday against Sgt. Jamal Williams-McCray and Spc. Charles Robinson and said both are assigned to the 101st Airborne Division.
The Army said they are charged in the disappearance of Pfc. Shadow McClaine of the 101st and are confined, pending a preliminary hearing.
The Clarksville Leaf-Chronicle said Williams-McCray is McClaine’s ex-husband. She disappeared two months ago and her car was discovered abandoned in a Nashville parking lot.
Copyright 2016 The Associated Press.