Murder Suspect Turns Herself In To Authorities

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The woman sought in connection to the murder of a local Colorado Springs man has turned herself in.

Bionca Rogers, 21, is now behind bars in Iowa. Early Wednesday morning, Rogers turned herself in to law enforcement authorities in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. She is being held without bond.

The El Paso County District Attorney’s Office is coordinating with officials in Iowa to get Rogers extradited back to Colorado Springs.

The cause and manner of 61-year-old Grant Frazier’s death will be released once an autopsy is complete.

Previous Story from 2/25 -------------------------------------------------------------

11 News has uncovered new details surrounding a missing Colorado Springs man found dead.

Now there is an active homicide warrant out for the arrest of 21-year-old Bionca Rogers. She is the last one known to be with 61-year-old Grant Frazier.

11 News talked to Grant Fraizer's family members. They didn't want to talk on camera. But they have a message: they want Bionca Rogers behind bars.

Frazier had been missing from Colorado Springs for more than a week. Early Tuesday morning, there was a tragic discovery made 700 miles away.

“I go look out my back kitchen window, I see crime scene tape. I also see a CSI vehicle. I see a lady photographer taking pictures of the trunk of a car,” Newton, Iowa resident Josette Hutton described.

Police found Frazier's body inside his own car. It is a white 2009 Mitsubishi Galant with Colorado plates. The car was parked outside the Courtyard apartment complex in Newton, Iowa. That’s about 30 miles east of Des Moines.

11 News checked with the Colorado court system. Rogers has an active weapons warrant for possessing a gun or a knife. On Tuesday a homicide warrant was filed, but the affidavit is sealed.

Springs police say details about how Frazier died will not be released until an autopsy is done.

If you know where Bianca Rogers may be, call police or Crime Stoppers at 634-STOP. You don't have to give your name.