(WIBW) -- Officials say they're wrapping up the investigation of missing Atchison County woman Patricia Kimmi. (VIDEO INCLUDED)
Atchison County Attorney Jerry Kuckelman tells 13 News he expects to file charges this week.
He says the charge will likely be 1st degree murder, in the presumed death of Pat Kimmi.
His final review will determine which, if any, other charges will be filed.
Almost five months after Patricia Kimmi vanished from her home near Horton on November 6th, family and friends set out on a multi-county search, offering rewards for anything leading to Kimmi.
Authorities have not said who will face the charges, but Roger Hollister is the only person named as a serious person of interest in the case.
Authorities searched the Hollister farm in rural Sabetha in late January and again on March 17th.
They also gathered evidence when they searched the Kimmi Lumber & Sawmill, owned by Patricia's ex-husband Eugene Kimmi.
Although no body has been recovered, officials say they have strong circumstantial evidence.
Roger Hollister remains jailed in Atchison county on an attempted 1st degree murder charge stemming from a late February crash, where authorities say he intentionally tried to kill his wife Rebecca.