A 19-year-old New Jersey man has been arrested on charges of disturbing human remains and concealing evidence, among other offenses, in the death of an 18-year-old woman who vanished after a night at his house last year.
Antony Freay, of Cresskill, was arrested Tuesday in the disappearance of Mila Kostadinova, who was reported missing by her family in June 2014. The remains of the Dumont woman have never been found.
Investigators said Kostadinova was in the company of several friends in the hours before she disappeared last year, and that she was last seen at Freay's home.
Freay faces a bevy of charges in the case, including failure to report the death of a person, hindering apprehension by concealing evidence, providing false information and unlawfully desecrating or damaging human remains.
He was remanded to the Bergen County jail pending an initial court appearance later Wednesday.
The investigation and search for the body of Kostadinova is ongoing.