Final arrest made in Bryce Hall case

A photo of Bryce Hall courtesy of Monika Rose.

Police in Windsor have reported a third arrest in the disappearance of Bryce Hall.

His remains were discovered on September 3 in a wooded area off the 8th Concession Road between Alma Street and Texas Road in Amherstburg. The 25-year-old from Windsor went missing in August of 2017.

Krystal Allaire of Midland, 35, was wanted on an outstanding arrest warrant concerning this investigation.  She turned herself in at Windsor police headquarters on Monday. She faces charges of improper and indecent interference with a dead body.

Maureen Mooney, 40, of Windsor was arrested October 18, and Mark Banton, 34, of Windsor, on October 19. They are both also charged with improper and indecent interference with a dead body.

Investigators said they are not currently looking for any other suspects related to this investigation, but the case is still under active investigation by Windsor police.

Police have not said how Hall died.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Windsor Police Service at 519-255-6700 ext. 4830, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 519-258-8477 (TIPS) or online at www.catchcrooks.com.