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Joshua Biles Charged in Bailey Carver Death

Joshua Biles
Joshua Biles

Joshua Biles the twenty year old from North Carolina has been charged in connection with the death of teenager Bailey Carver

According to police reports Joshua Biles would tell police that he moved the body of seventeen year old Bailey Carver however he could not remember where he put it

After an extensive search the body of Bailey Carver has been located and now authorities are waiting on an autopsy to determine how the teenager died

So far Joshua Biles has been charged with obstruction and concealing a death and remains in custody

Police in North Carolina are remaining pretty tight lipped regarding the death of Bailey Carver other than saying a search of the home revealed evidence that the teen suffered obvious wounds

Now we need to wait on the autopsy results to see if Joshua Biles will face additional charges

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Police in North Carolina announced the remains of a missing 17-year-old have been found after several days of searching.

Investigation confirmed the remains were those of 17-year-old Baylee Carver, who was reported missing by police Friday. Her body was found around 4:55 p.m. Tuesday in Cabarrus County, north of Highway 49 and Route 601. An autopsy will be conducted, WBTV reports.

“We offer our deepest condolences to the loved ones of Baylee Carver. As they mourn their loss, our hearts are with them during this difficult time. The Albemarle Police Department is grateful for all of the assistance and resources provided throughout the course of this search. The investigation is still ongoing,” said Albemarle Police Chief Jason Bollhorst.

Police received a call for service early Friday at a house on Floral Drive in Albemarle. Once there, detectives determined Carver was dead, but her body was not at the home.

As the investigation continued, police arrested and charged 20-year-old Joshua Biles. He told officers that Carver, his girlfriend, was dead, and he had disposed of her body using a red Honda Civic

Over the next several days, 21 law enforcement agencies and workers from the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) spent more than 50 hours and covered over 1,000 miles searching for Carver’s remains in Cabarrus, Stanly and Rowan counties. Drones, K-9s and GPS were all used in the search.

“Every time we go out, we treat it as if it’s our own child,” NCMEC’s Lisa Briggs said. “We’re getting tired. We’ve been going at this a long time. We keep that at our heart. That’s what we try to do.”

Biles is charged with felony obstruction and concealment of death. He appeared in court Monday and is being held on a $250,000 bond.

Police say Biles has a troubled history.

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