“This prevents us from putting someone in jail on a high or no bond, and then dragging our feet in filing the charge to keep them in jail without having to prove a crime,” Rowland said.
The victim's body was found Oct. 13 behind a Homeland grocery store at NW 23 and Rockwell.
Police have said they are considering suspects who are jailed on charges of drug and human trafficking, but no one has been charged with first-degree murder yet.
Detectives said they have interviewed more than 80 witnesses and followed hundreds of leads in the case.
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