Roldolfo Villagomez Correa and Margel Tenney were both arraigned Friday morning in Upshur County Circuit Court.
Jury selection is set for December 10, 2013 for both Correa and Tenney, with both trials taking place within a two-week period after the selection.
Correa faces one count of murder and one count of conspiracy. Correa is one of three men charged in the death of Joshua Oberg, 29, of Upshur County, who went missing in January 2012. He is being held in jail without bond.
Tenney faces three counts of third degree sexual assault, six counts of sexual abuse by a parent, guardian or custodian, and three counts of incest.
Tenney was arrested on March 13 after troopers in Lewis County received a statement from a 14-year-old juvenile victim stating that Tenney cornered her in his bedroom and sexually assaulted her. State Police in Upshur County filed a third charge against Tenney after obtaining a statement from a juvenile victim that on or near November, 2011, Tenney had intercourse with her which resulted in her pregnancy, according to a criminal complaint.
Both men were indicted Tuesday in Upshur County.