A Monongalia County woman is accused of driving Quintin Bolden,'s body to her home, where it was stored in a closet.
The Monongalia County Sheriff's Department arrested Stevie Jean Hall, 21, on Wednesday.
According to deputies, Hall was the girlfriend of Thomas "TDOT" Williams, 25, who is charged with Quintin Bolden's murder in 2011.
Deputies claim Williams and another man removed Bolden's body wrapped in plastic from a Morgantown apartment and placed it into Hall's car.
According to the criminal complaint, Hall then drove her car with Bolden's body to her home in Stonepath Circle where Williams then carried the body through the home to store in an exterior closet.
Hall and Williams then argued over the murder, according to the criminal complaint.
Bolden's remains were later found in Cheat Lake.
The man who allegedly helped Williams remove the body is not identified in the criminal complaint.
Williams was arrested in February and charged with Bolden's murder.