The person interested in the suspicious death of Brian Biles has $500,000 . the bond was set
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 bond in a separate case, officials said Monday.
Joshua Virgau, 34, was set on a $500,000 bond after appearing before a judge in Alpena County court on Monday for the alleged kidnapping of a tow truck driver on September 21. WPBN-TV reported. Virgau was held without bond until the judge’s decision.
Body of missing 18-year-old Michigan woman likely to be found in ‘fresh’ grave outside home: Police
Virgau is currently a person interested in the suspicious death of Brian Biles, whose body was buried at his property on Naylor Road on September 28, after investigators acted on an anonymous tip, Michigan State Police previously said.
Bills was last seen alive on 1 August in the Alpena region. The cause of death is yet to be determined and police said the results of the autopsy could take months.
When investigators found Biles’ body, Virgau was already in prison on charges of unlawful confinement and felony assault related to the alleged kidnapping of the truck driver.
Another man accused of kidnapping the truck driver, Brad Srebenik, also had a $500,000 bond set. He faces the same charges as Virgo. Both men will be required to wear ankle monitors when bond is posted.
Meanwhile, police are seeking help in locating a third person allegedly involved in the kidnapping of the tow truck driver.
the police said Abby Rainey Hill, 31, is considered “a missing and potentially endangered person.” He is wanted on a warrant for illegal confinement and possession of a firearm in connection with the September 21 incident.
While police have named only Virgau as a person of interest in the Bill case, investigators last week searched the area in Alpena where Virgau, Srebnik and Hill allegedly killed the truck driver as part of an investigation into Bill’s suspicious death. As part of them forced to carry, WPBN reported.
Investigators did not say what they were looking for or whether they found anything.
No one has been arrested in the Bill case.