Post reportedly appears on woman's Twitter account after her dismembered body found

A day after the body of a North Texas college student was found dismembered and burned in a plastic kiddie pool in a park, a mysterious tweet appeared on her Twitter account that read, “Never knew I could feel like this.”

Authorities in Grapevine told KHOU.com they were investigating the tweet as part of wider investigation into the man charged in her death.

Charles Dean Bryant, 30, is being held on $1 million bond on a charge of capital murder in the death of 24-year-old Jacqueline Vandagriff. He was released from jail on a stalking charge just days before meeting Vandagriff at a bar Sept. 13. Her body was found the next morning after firefighters extinguished a fire in a Grapevine park.

According to an arrest warrant, Vandagriff is seen on a security video meeting Bryant at the bar in Denton, where she attended Texas Woman's University. They are later seen going to another bar, then leaving together at about 9:45 p.m.

Grapevine police Sgt. Robert Eberling has said that it's not known if the two knew each other before meeting at the bar. KHOU.com reported that Bryant posted on Facebook the day after her body was found: “Full moon, let’s see what trouble I can get into.”

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