NOBLESVILLE, Ind. (WISH) - Murder charges have been filed in the two year-old case of Noblesville resident Dorothy Heard.
The Grant County prosecutor has charged Heard's nephew, Donald Burns, with felony murder, forgery, theft and receiving stolen property. Charges were filed on October 15, 2013 in Grant Circuit Court.
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Heard's daughter called the Noblesville Police to report no one heard from Heard.
On February 7, 2012, a Department of Natural Resource officer notified police a fisherman located the driver's license of Heard in the Mississinewa River in Grant County.
The same day, officers searched the area from where Heard's license was found and continued north to northwest to the battle ground area. That area is located just south of County Road 600 North and County Road 380 West. Police say during that search, they also found an insurance card belonging to Heard.
On February 9, 2012, Heard's remains were found in a very dense wooded area near the Mississinewa River. An autopsy determined Heard died sometime during the summer of 2011, when she was initially reported missing.
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