Man Charged With Murder After Remains Found 11-15-2010 - WNEM TV 5

Man Charged With Murder After Remains Found 11-15-2010

A 22-year-old Bay City man has been charged with murder after authorities said remains believed to be of his missing girlfriend were found in a vacant lot.
Jeffrey Julian II was arraigned Monday on an open murder charge and a charge of removing or carrying away remains. A Bay County District Court judge ordered him held without bond.
Prosecutors say Julian not only killed Lynn Spicer, but told people how he did it and where he dumped her body.
Prosecutor J.D. Brooks told the judge that Julian killed a woman on or around Aug. 21.
Defense lawyer Edward Czuprynski told The Associated Press it's too soon to comment on the charges.
FBI agents also arrested his brother, 19-year-old Craig Julian, in Ohio. He's expected to be extradited to Bay City.
The two men were arrested after the body of 33-year-old Spicer was found in a vacant lot in the Banks District around 10:30 a.m. on Friday. Authorities said Julian reported Spicer missing in August.
Spicer's mother, Donna Carr, of New York, remembers the last day she spoke her daughter. "She called and said that her and Jeff were arguing over a watermelon," said Carr. "On august 21st, she called Steve, my son, stating that Jeff had beat her up, broke up with her and threw her out."
TV5 also talked to a woman representing Spicer’s family at the arraignment.
"We looked for her, wondered where she was. She was buried,” said friend Bonnie Smith, a Bay City resident who Spicer lived with before moving in with Julian. “How would you feel? She ain't from here and we told her to come here, we told her this was a great place to live, wonderful people. We had no idea."
TV5 is also learning new information about how the two met. "She met Jeff on Facebook Super Bowl Sunday," said Smith. Spicer moved to Bay City from New York to live with Smith before eventually moving in with Jeff Julian.
Stay with and TV5 as more information becomes available.

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