Jackie Vandagriff, the young Frisco woman whose body was found in a Grapevine park last week, posted a YouTube video recently and talked about her life dreams.
"As far as my career aspirations go, right now I'm most interested in corporate wellness," said the 24-year-old Texas Woman's University student.
In the video, Vandagriff, was introducing herself as part of an online class. She was majoring in nutrition with an emphasis on wellness, she said.
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Charles Bryant, 30, remained in the Grapevine jail Tuesday night on a charge of capital murder in Vandagriff's death. He was held on $1 million bond.
According to an arrest warrant, police said the two met last Tuesday night at a Denton bar on Fry Street and were seen on video leaving together about 11 p.m.
The police document said at about 4:40 a.m., Bryant bought a shovel at a Walmart near his Haslet home. Investigators later found signs someone had started digging a hole in his backyard.
About 6:30 a.m., Vandagriff's burned and dismembered body was found in a remote area of a Grapevine park, in a small children's blue plastic swimming pool.
Bryant's roommate later told detectives the same kind of pool was missing from their backyard.
"It's awful," said Vandagriff’s friend, 19-year-old Allison Toth, of Arlington. "I can't believe that. I don't understand how someone could do that to someone."
Toth said the two met online and later became close friends after meeting in person.
"She had a bubbly personality. She was always really happy," Toth said.
A vigil for Vandagriff was planned for 6 p.m. Wednesday at Frisco Commons Park.