Kevin Duck is charged with Dawna Natzke's murder. (Photo: Garland County Sheriff's Office)
HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (KTHV) - The man accused of killing Hot Springs Village dispatcher, Dawna Natzke, is released from jail.
Deputy Scott Hinojosa with Garland County Sheriff's Office said Tuesday that Kevin Duck had bonded out of custody. This follows a bond hearing that Duck attending on Monday, in which he asked for a bond reduction. His bond was originally set at $250,000; Duck wanted it to be $50,000, but the judge denied that request and reduced it to $150,000.
Duck has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder in Natzke's death. Natzke, Duck's girlfriend at the time, was last seen leaving a Christmas party with him Dec. 21, 2011. Her body was found by a volunteer searcher Dec. 31 of that year. Duck was arrested for her murder in November 2013 in Colorado.