A man interested in the suspicious death of an 18-year-old Michigan woman who was found buried in a fresh grave outside her home two weeks ago may post a bond in a separate case, officials said Monday.
Joshua Virgou, 34, was arraigned on Sept. 21 on a $ 500,000 bond after appearing before a judge in Alpena County Court on Monday for the kidnapping of a toe truck driver. WPBN-TV reported. Virgou was held without bond until a judge decided.
The body of a mitching woman
Virgou is currently interested in the suspicious death of Brainbills, after investigators gave an anonymous tip on September 28 that his body was found buried in a Naylor road. Michigan State Police have previously said.
Bills The last one was found alive on August 1st In the Alpena area. The cause of death has not yet been determined and the results of the autopsy could take months, police said.
When investigators found the dead body of the bills, Virgou was already in jail on charges of unlawful imprisonment and felony charges related to the kidnapping of a truck driver.
Another man accused of kidnapping a truck driver, Brad Srebnik, also had a $ 500,000 bond set. He faces charges like Virgou’s. Both should wear an ankle monitor if the bond is posted.
Meanwhile, police are asking for help to track down a third man who is said to be involved in the kidnapping of a toe truck driver.
Police said 31-year-old Abby Renee Hill is “considered a missing and potentially endangered person.” She is wanted on charges of unlawful imprisonment and possessing a deadly weapon in connection with the September 21 incident.
While police have named Virgou as the only person of interest in the Bills case, investigators searched in Alpena last week, forcing the truckers to take part in the investigation into the suspicious deaths of the Virgau, Srebnik and Hill bills, WPBN reported.
Investigators did not say what they were looking for or if they found anything.
No one has been arrested in connection with the Bill case.