HOT SPRINGS — A bond hearing is set to get underway for a man charged in the 2011 death of an Arkansas police dispatcher.
Kevin Duck is set to have a bond hearing Monday in Hot Springs.
Duck has pleaded innocent to first-degree murder in his girlfriend Dawna Natzke's death.
Natzke was a police dispatcher in the central Arkansas community of Hot Springs Village.
Authorities say she was last seen alive with Duck at a Christmas party on Dec. 21, 2011. Volunteer searchers found her body days later on New Year's Eve.
A medical examiner said Natzke died within a few hours of leaving the holiday party. An autopsy found she died from blunt-force trauma and drowning.
Duck is being held in the Garland County jail in lieu of $250,000 bond.