Bo Dukes indicted for role in Tara Grinstead case
Tara Grinstead, a high school teacher and local beauty queen who was 31 when she went missing in October 2005, was never found and no one was ever charged in the case.

By Christopher Wood, WALB

BEN HILL COUNTY, Ga. -- (WALB) -- A grand jury in Ben Hill County has indicted Bo Dukes for his role in the death of Tara Grinstead.

He was charged with concealing a death, tampering with evidence and hindering the apprehension or punishment of a criminal.

Investigators said Dukes helped conceal Grinstead's death.

The indictment says Dukes burned her body off Bowens Mill Highway in Ben Hill County between October 24 and 28, 2005.

The next step in the criminal process is the arraignment.

Former District Attorney in Dougherty County Ken Hodges says it's another step before a trial can be set.

"The reading of the formal charges, usually they waive the arraignment, but if it's a time frame in which motions have to be filed and heard, they only have 10 days after an arraignment to file motions. It just sets deadlines," said Hodges.

Dukes was arrested on March 3 and has since been released on bond.

Grinstead, a former beauty queen and Irwin County High School teacher, disappeared in October 2005.

It wasn't until late February of this year that the GBI made any arrests.

Ryan Duke is facing murder charges.

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