We could learn as early as Monday whether remains found in southern Kentucky are that of a missing man.
The remains were found in a rural part of Knox County. It's in the same area police had been searching for the body of Jeremy Johnson.
He disappeared last year. Two people have since been charged in the case.
The state medical examiners office says dental records will have to be used to identify the body.
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