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BPSO: Charred human remains found in Webster Parish identified as Ann Bond

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Ann Bond (photo courtesy: Facebook) Ann Bond (photo courtesy: Facebook)
BOSSIER CITY, La. (KTBS) -

The Bossier Parish Sheriff's Office held a press conference Wednesday afternoon in reference to the Ann Bond case.

Sheriff Julian Whittington announced during the press conference that the charred human remains found in Webster Parish earlier this week have been positively identified as those of Annie Bond.

The LSU F.A.C.E.S. Forensic Lab in Baton Rouge used dental records to make the positive identification. 

Annie Bond was reported missing almost a week ago after she failed to show up for work in Shreveport.

When officers arrived at her Wemple Road home in Bossier City, they found traces of blood in the driveway. Other evidence inside the home lead investigators to believe she'd been killed.

An intense search for the missing woman was immediately launched.

Annie Bond's husband, Robert - or Robbie - Bond, has been charged with Second Degree Murder in the case.

Right now, he's recovering in a southern Mississippi hospital from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.

He's listed in fair condition and expected to live, though officials say he's only able to move one side of his body.

He is currently under 24-hour armed guard until he is physically well enough to be extradited back to Bossier Parish.

Meanwhile, authorities in Bossier and Webster Parishes have been searching various areas for Ann Bond. 

On Monday, officers searching in central Webster Parish came across the gruesome discovery of charred human remains in a wooded area Robbie Bond was known to frequent.

Bossier Parish Sheriff Julian Whittington says that Annie's body will stay at the F.A.C.E.S. Lab in Baton Rouge until the exact cause of death can be determined; a process that could take up to two weeks.

Sheriff Whittington praised Ann Bond's family for remaining "strong and instrumental" during this difficult process, and asked for continued prayers.

He also commended the Webster Parish Sheriff's Dept. for their support and partnership during the 'round-the-clock' search for Annie.

 

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