Crime Texas Man Allegedly Murdered and Dismembered College Student Whose Twitter Account Was Used After Her Death Jacqueline Vandagriff's remains were discovered after firefighters extinguished a fire in a park By Chris Harris Chris Harris Twitter Chris Harris has been a senior true crime reporter for PEOPLE since late 2015. An award-winning journalist who has worked for Rolling Stone and MTV News, Chris enjoys prog rock, cycling, Marvel movies, IPAs, and roller coasters. People Editorial Guidelines Published on September 20, 2016 03:25 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Photo: Facebook Police in Grapevine, Texas, have charged a man with murdering a college student whose body was found last week dismembered and burned in a park. According to a police statement obtained by PEOPLE, Charles Dean Bryant, 30, was arrested for capital murder on Sunday for allegedly killing Jacqueline Vandagriff, 24. Vandagriff’s remains were discovered last Wednesday after firefighters extinguished an early morning fire in Acorn Woods Park. The statement claims Bryant and Vandagriff had been seen together in a bar the night before her body was found, but police aren’t sure if she knew Bryant prior to that evening. Vandagriff had been a student at Texas Woman’s University since January, where she was studying nutrition. Bryant is being held on $1 million bond and court records do not indicate whether he’s retained legal counsel. He has yet to enter a plea to the charges against him. • Want to keep up with the latest crime coverage? Click here to get breaking crime news, ongoing trial coverage and details of intriguing unsolved cases in the True Crime Newsletter. According to police, Bryant was arrested for alleged stalking and released days before Vandagriff’s murder. Police at the University of North Texas received a complaint about Bryant back on August 24 from a female student who said he’d been harassing her. A judge ordered Bryant to stay away from the campus on September 6, but he violated that mandate and was charged with stalking. It is unclear from court records whether he’s pleaded to that charge. According to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Sgt. Robert Eberling of the Grapevine Police Department said someone used Vandagriff’s Twitter account Friday after her body had been found and tweeted, “Never knew I could feel like this.” “We’re looking at any type of social media she had any connection to, to find out if she had communicated with this person before,” Eberling said, according to the paper.