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9 14 17: OAKLAND A West Virginia woman was charged Thursday in the Jan. 4 death of a Frostburg man found naked in the Savage River Forest in Garrett County.
Megan Virginia Shaffer, 21, of Carpendale, was charged with second degree murder, manslaughter and assisting another to commit or attempt to commit suicide.
“Shaffer and Alexander Arthur Stevens, 24, Frostburg, were reported missing in the Savage River State Forest late on January 4, 2017. “With the assistance of the MSP helicopter, Stevens’s body was located in the State Forest a short while later. In June, it was reported that the Medical Examiner’s Office ruled the death of Stevens a homicide.”
Shaffer is being held in the Garrett County Detention Center pending her initial appearance before the Circuit Court.
Information from Circuit Court for Garrett County’s criminal system lists the following as related to the case:
Sgt. Jonathan Martin arresting officer, Hagerstown
Carol H. Allan, MD expert witness, Office Of The Chief Medical Examiner, Baltimore
Cpl. C. W. Whitaker police officer, McHenry
Cpl. Bob Mayles police officer, McHenry
Sgt. Michael P. Sigmund police officer, McHenry
State of Maryland plaintiff, Oakland
Case records are also listed as sealed, in “secret status” and “removed on 09/14/17.”
Meanwhile,Circuit Court for Allegany County Civil System records show Shaffer remains a defendant in “Edward D. vs Stevens, et al.”
According to Circuit Court for Allegany County documents, Alexander Stevens on Dec. He transferred the funds, $188,003.98, to financial services firm Edward Jones and named Megan Shaffer as beneficiary of the new account.
“Money was given to (Alex) over time,” said his father, Jay Stevens, in July. He added his aunt, who had no children of her own, put a large sum of money in a trust for minors for her great nephew before she died. When Alex Stevens turned 18 years old, the money became his.
“He did some investing on his own,” Jay Stevens said. “He was a confident lad It’s straight, law abiding money.”
Legal counsel for Edward Jones later named the firm as plaintiff and Jay Stevens and Shaffer as defendants in a complaint for interpleader filed in the Circuit Court for Allegany County Civil System on June 30.
The document states Alexander Stevens on December 29 opened a “transfer on death” account with the firm that designated Shaffer as beneficiary of 100 percent of the TOD.
“The (estate of Alexander Stevens) has since laid claim to the TOD account pursuant to a demand letter from counsel dated April 27, 2017,” court documents state.
Edward Jones asked to be removed from the middle of the dispute. The firm also requested it be discharged from liability, provided indemnification to cover costs and reasonable attorney’s fees, and have the balance of the money turned over to the court.
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