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Charred remains identified as Ann Bond

Charred human remains were found in a remote wooded area near Bayou Dorcheat in Webster Parish on Monday. (Photo source: KSLA) Charred human remains were found in a remote wooded area near Bayou Dorcheat in Webster Parish on Monday. (Photo source: KSLA)
Robert and Ann Bond (Photo source: Bossier Parish Sheriff's Office) Robert and Ann Bond (Photo source: Bossier Parish Sheriff's Office)
GAUTIER, MS (WLOX) -
Charred remains found in a remote wooded area in Webster Parish, Louisiana two days ago have been identified as Ann Bond.
 
Ann Bond's husband, Robert Bond, is being charged with her murder. Gautier police found him at a Gautier rest stop early Friday morning.
 
Robert Bond remains in serious condition at Singing River Hospital after shooting himself in the head. Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington said Bond is making progress, he moved his hand and eyes recently.
 
Ann Bond was reported missing Thursday by family and friends. That evening Bossier Parish, Louisiana investigators issued a warrant for the arrest of her husband for second degree murder.
 
Tests are still underway to find out how Ann Bond died, investigators hope to have that information within two weeks.
 
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