Man Accused of Killing TWU Student Had Weapons in Car, FBI Investigators Testify

FBI investigators found a pistol and stun gun in the car of a man accused of killing and dismembering a Texas Woman's University student in September 2016.Agents and analysts with the federal agency testified about their searches Wednesday during the trial of Charles Dean Bryant, 31, in a Tarrant County court. He and Jacqueline Vandagriff, 24, spent time together at two Denton bars the night before her burnt remains were found in an inflatable children's pool at a park near Lake Grapevine.The FBI helped collect evidence at Acorn Woods Park, at Bryant's home in Haslet and inside his car. The agency turned over the evidence to the Grapevine Police Department.  Continue reading...

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