A day after the burned and dismembered remains of Jacqueline Vandagriff was found in Grapevine, eerie posts appeared on her Twitter account. Police are investigating the social media accounts of the victim and her accused, Charles Dean Bryant.
Vandagriff, a 24-year-old Texas Women's University student, was last found in the company of Bryant, a 30-year-old gym instructor. They were seen leaving a bar in Grapevine, Texas on September 13, according to News.com.au.
The next day, her body was found by fire fighters who responded to a fire in Acorn Woods Park at 6:30 in the morning. Vandagriff's body was found inside a plastic kiddie pool.
An eerie post was posted on her Twitter account:
Never knew I could feel like this— boring blonde (@nochillblonde) September 16, 2016
Through efforst by the Grapevine police, FBI and other law enforcement agencies, Bryant was arrested on Sunday charged with capital murder with a million $1 million bail. Vandagriff's phone was found near Bryant's home the day her body was discovered according to court documents.
It's said that the two met each other on the bar. Vandagriff also tweeted this the day she was last seen:
I'm glad I decided to get off tinder and waked to a bar— boring blonde (@nochillblonde) September 14, 2016
The accused also posted on his Facebook account at 8;20 p.m of the same day saying, 'Just walking in the rain.. emo as f***' according to the Daily Mail. Bryant, who has reportedly worked at a gay bar, was seen in a security footage on September 14 buying a shovel from Walmart.
Vandagriff's family expressed gratitude to all those who helped solve the case. 'We would also like to thank our friends, family and the friends of our daughter Jackie for all their support in this difficult time' said a statement from her family.
Vandagriff's death was much regretted by her family, friends and colleagues who loved and remembered her dearly.