The Harrison County Grand Jury handed down indictments to 60 cases.
Among those indicted was William B. Murray, 29 of Salem. Murray was indicted on one count of murder; one count of conspiracy to commit murder; and one count of concealment of deceased human body.
Murray is one of two men accused of beating Thomas "RJ" Blankenship, 20, to death with a hammer and burying his body in Barbour County.
Michael and Crystal Corriveau were also named in the indictment. Both were indicted on eight counts each of sexual abuse by a parent, guardian, or person in position of trust; seven counts each of sexual assault in the first degree; six counts each of incest; two counts each of child neglect creating a substantial risk of serious bodily injury; and two counts each of child neglect causing bodily injury.
Crystal Corriveau is accused of allowing her daughters to be sexually assaulted by her husband, their stepfather, Michael Corriveau, between 2008 and 2012.
To view the list of indictments, click the link to the right of this story.