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Ex-NFLer Kevin Ware Jr. denied bond in girlfriend’s homicide

Former NFL tight finish Kevin Ware Jr. has been denied bond for the homicide of his girlfriend, whose physique was present in December, eight months after she was reported lacking.

Ware, 41, made his first court docket look Tuesday since being charged with the homicide of 29-year-old Taylor Pomaski, who vanished after a celebration at Ware’s residence in Spring, Texas, in late April 2021. The decide ordered the athlete held with out bail for the homicide cost and issued a $550,000 bond for costs of tampering with proof and illegal possession of a weapon.

Ware was out on bond on the time of Pomaski’s disappearance, arrested six days earlier after police who pulled him over for rushing allegedly discovered an oz of cocaine, marijuana, methamphetamines, a loaded AK-47 and a loaded 9mm pistol in his possession. He was indicted on a homicide cost in July and has been behind bars since then.

Whereas in mattress with a brand new girlfriend, Ware allegedly confessed to the homicide in graphic element: he slit her throat within the bathe, hit her with a blunt object, strangled her after which burned her corpse, based on court docket papers obtained by the Houston Chronicle.

Ware even allegedly confirmed the girl a photograph of a fireplace on his telephone, seemingly burning Pomaski’s corpse.

Investigators discovered “a big burn pile” on the property of Ware’s alleged drug seller and a witness informed police he noticed bones within the space, based on the court docket paperwork. That very same witness, a childhood pal of Ware, additionally claimed he noticed “human skulls” inside the home, the Chronicle reported.

A lawyer for Ware didn’t instantly return a request for remark from the Day by day Information Wednesday.

If convicted of Pomaski’s homicide, Ware faces as much as life in jail.

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