Boyfriend of the student who was found dead after she went missing on Valentine’s day has been charged with her murder.
The Georgia student, Anitra Gunn went missing on Valentine’s day and was found dead four days later, her boyfriend DeMarcus Little who was arrested earlier this week has now been charged with her murder.
Initially, Little was charged with criminal damage to property for allegedly smashing Gunn’s apartment windows and slashing her car’s tires by Fort Valley police Tuesday evening, PEOPLE previously reported, and was hit with the additional charge just hours after his bond was set at $10,000, 13WMAZ reported Friday.
On Friday, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation announced that DeMarcus Little had been charged with one count of malice murder.
At Little’s bond hearing, the judge also ordered specific conditions to accompany his high bond because he was considered a flight risk. The extra conditions included wearing an ankle monitor, a 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. curfew, and that if he returns to work, he must not leave the premises, according to the outlet.
On Thursday, the GBI said that Gunn’s death had been ruled a homicide, but her official cause of death was pending the toxicology results.