Police identify Huntersville homicide victim, second suspect

Cody Camarda Graham

HUNTERSVILLE – Seven month after a homicide was thought to have occurred, the victim discovered in Huntington Green was identified as Alibria “Libby” Kerns.

Kerns was a 47-year-old from Rowan County, the Huntersville Police Department said. HPD received many leads over the last two weeks that aided in the identification of the victim. On Jan. 28, Christopher John Nailor was charged with first-degree murder, kidnapping and concealing a Death in connection to the homicide.

Earlier this week, investigators traveled to Grand Rapids, Mich., to interview the second suspect, Cody “Red” Camarda Graham, as part of this investigation. Graham, 36, has been in custody on unrelated charges since before the HPD investigation began. Upon returning from Michigan, Graham was charged with first-degree murder, kidnapping and concealing a death. She will remain in custody in Michigan until an extradition hearing is completed.

Christopher John Nailor

Police believe the incident took place in July 2021. HPD allegedly discovered the victim’s remains Jan. 26 on Comanche Road.

The Huntersville Police Department would like to thank the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department, the North Carolina SBI, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Medical Examiner’s Office and the Kannapolis Police Department for their assistance in this case.

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