Woman arrested in death of Grant Frazier whose body was found in Iowa

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Bionca Rogers

Colorado Springs police arrested Bionca Rogers, 21, in the death of Grant Frazier. (Photo: CSPD)

CEDAR FALLS, Iowa — A woman was arrested Wednesday in connection with the death of a Colorado Springs man whose body was found in Iowa after he went missing earlier in February.

Detectives with the Colorado Springs Police Department’s Violent Crimes Section said they had established probable cause to arrest 21-year-old Bionca Rogers in the death of 61-year-old Grant Frazier Tuesday.

CSPD subsequently obtained a warrant for first-degree murder.

Then, on Wednesday, Rogers turned herself in to authorities in Cedar Falls, Iowa, where she is currently being held without bond, said detectives.

Frazier disappeared on Feb. 16, along with his 2009 white Mitsubishi Galant.

His body was found Tuesday in Newton, Iowa.

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Police had been looking for Rogers, calling her a person of interest in the case.

Detectives said the investigation is still on-going, as they have yet to determine if any other parties acted with Rogers in the death of Frazier.

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