An individual of curiosity in the suspicious death of an 18-year-old Michigan girl, who was discovered buried in a recent grave outdoors his dwelling two weeks in the past, might put up bond in a separate case, authorities mentioned Monday.

Joshua Wirgau, 34, had a $500,000 bond set after showing earlier than a decide in an Alpena County court docket on Monday for the alleged kidnapping of a tow truck driver on Sept. 21, WPBN-TV reported. Wirgau had been held with out bond till the decide’s choice.

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Wirgau is presently an individual of curiosity in the suspicious death of Brynn Bills, whose physique was found buried on his property on Naylor Road on Sept. 28 after investigators acted on an nameless tip, the Michigan State Police previously said.

Wirgau is an individual of curiosity in the suspicious death of 18-year-old Brynn Bills. Investigators recovered the stays of Bills from a “fresh” grave on Wirgau’s property final month.
(Alpena County Sheriff’s Office)

Bills was last seen alive on Aug. 1 in the Alpena space. A reason for death has but to be decided and police mentioned the post-mortem outcomes might take months.

The body of 18-year-old Brynn Bills were found during the search of an Alpena home on Sept. 28. The remains were identified as Brynn through tattoos.

The physique of 18-year-old Brynn Bills had been discovered throughout the search of an Alpena dwelling on Sept. 28. The stays had been recognized as Brynn via tattoos.
(Michigan State Police)

When investigators discovered Bills’ physique, Wirgau was already in jail on fees of illegal imprisonment and felonious assault relating to the alleged kidnapping of the truck driver.

Another man accused of the truck driver’s kidnapping, Brad Srebnik, additionally had a $500,000 bond set. He faces the identical fees as Wirgau. Both males would have to put on ankle screens ought to they put up bond.

Srebnik was also accused of kidnapping the tow truck driver on Sept. 21 and had a bond set for $500,000. Police have not said that Srebnik is connected to the Bills case.

Srebnik was additionally accused of kidnapping the tow truck driver on Sept. 21 and had a bond set for $500,000. Police haven’t mentioned that Srebnik is related to the Bills case.
(Michigan State Police)

Meanwhile, police are asking for assist in finding a 3rd individual allegedly concerned in the tow truck driver’s kidnapping. 

Police said 31-year-old Abby Renee Hill “is considered a missing and possible endangered person.” She is needed on felony warrants of illegal imprisonment and felon in possession of a firearm in connection to the Sept. 21 incident.

Police said Abby Renee Hill "is considered a missing and possible endangered person." Police have not said that Hill is connected to the Bills case.

Police mentioned Abby Renee Hill “is considered a missing and possible endangered person.” Police haven’t mentioned that Hill is related to the Bills case.
(Michigan State Police)

While police have solely named Wirgau as an individual of curiosity in the Bills case, investigators final week searched the world in Alpena the place Wirgau, Srebnik and Hill allegedly pressured the truck driver to take them to as a part of the investigation into Bills’ suspicious death, WPBN reported.

Investigators haven’t mentioned what they had been wanting for or whether or not they discovered something.

No arrests have been made in connection to the Bills case.