Early Saturday evening, authorities located what they believe is the body of a missing Georgia woman in a well about 3 miles from her home.
Authorities stated that the boyfriend, family, friends and other individuals lead them to this particular site where they found the remains, but have not positively identified the remains and will leave that to the medical examiner, reports Online Anthens.
"Based on the totality of evidence and information we developed through interviews, we believe it is Bonny," Mike Ayers, SAC of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation in Athens.
Bonny Anne Cooner, 33, was last seen at her home in Canon on January 28. A family member reported her missing the next day reports Online Anthens.
Her disappearance was believed to be caused by foul play after law enforcement stated they found "significant forensic evidence."
After located the body, investigators obtained arrest warrants for Brent Shubert, 42, who lived with Bonny and her 12-year-old son. Authorities located him in a parking lot in downtown Anderson, South Carolina, reports My Fox Atlanta.
Last week Shubert's niece was on Facebook talking about her uncle on the page called Rants and Raves of Elbertons.
"Find out where her and brent went for time alone….they just searched around and on my grandmas property for her or signs of her…brent knows whats up," Michelle Pilgrim posted.
Several arrest records for a Brent James Shubert of Unawatti Road in Canon, Georgia and North Carolina were found online.
Dec 3, 2009 - The Georgia State Patrol also arrested a man at the intersection for DUI, and deputy Michael Free gave the passenger a citation for not wearing a seat belt. When Brent James Shubert, 39, of 365 Unawatti Road, Canon refused to accept and sign the ticket, Free had him arrested and the car towed.
May 9, 2011 - Brent James Shubert, 41, of Unawatti Rd., Canon, Ga., was charged with probation violation. A secured bond of $1,500 was set.
April 17, 2011 - Brent James Shubert, 41, 367 Unawatti Road, was charged with terroristic threats and acts, reckless conduct and pedestrian under the influence of alcohol or drugs after he allegedly showed up at a woman’s home on Bedford Drive in Hull and threatened her and her son. Shubert was found by officers walking along Glenn Carrie Road in front of Gillispie Drive. He appeared intoxicated and had a pistol in his front pocket. The victims stated that he had showed up at their home and began “cussing and yelling” at them. When he was asked to leave, he allegedly threatened to kill them and kept reaching toward his pocket, saying he had a tape recorder. He allegedly left walking when he heard the approaching sirens.
Authorities would not discuss possible motives for Cooner's death. The couple did have a history of domestic violence.
"Ms. Cooner's family has been very helpful and supportive of our efforts since the day she went missing," Ayers said. "The same goes to many of her friends and the community at large."