Three men with possible ties to a white supremacist group were indicted Tuesday in the death of a Magnolia man.
James Stallings, 32, of Magnolia, Joshua Berryhill, 23, of Frankston, and Joshua Tarrant, 26, of Frankston are accused of killing Magnolia resident Gregory Willkomm.
Willkomm's burned body was found near the San Jacinto River, shortly after he was reported missing September 28.
A trace placed on Wilcomm's credit cards led investigators to the trio who have ties to the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas, according to the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office.
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