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Charles Dean Bryant, 30, was charged in the death of Jacqueline Vandagriff, a 24-year-old nutrition major at Texas Woman’s University in Denton. Grapevine police Sgt. Robert Eberling told reporters during a news conference Monday that Vandagriff, of Frisco, may have first met Bryant one night before she was found dead early Wednesday.
Eberling said firefighters found her body after responding to a fire at Acorn Woods Park. Investigators connected Bryant to the case, Eberling said, after they discovered he was with Vandagriff at a bar, adding that they were captured on video together.
Eberling called the brutal killing the “worst-case scenario” for parents of young women.
“It’s something to remind all of us who have children: As often as you can, tell them that you love them,” he said, according to the Dallas Morning News.
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