Surveillance footage from a parking ramp on a college campus shows a suspected killer dragging the body of a woman he allegedly killed as he looks for a place to hide her.
Police said the video from Grand Rapids Community College was helpful in determining what occurred when Jeanne Huntoon, 34, was killed, but surveillance cameras did not capture the actual attack, according to MLive.
Authorities were able to identify 19-year-old Marcus Bivins after they received a tip naming him.
Bivins was arrested and charged with open murder.
Police said Huntoon's killing on April 30 was a random act of violence as the two did not know each other.
Bivins allegedly killed her then dragged her body near bushes and shrubs after he encountered her outside the parking ramp, where they had a conversation, according to MLive.
The video shows the suspect pacing back and forth in front of the parking ramp.
A few times he stops and looks at the woman's body before attempting to drag her.
At one point the suspect kneels down next to Huntoon and then he begins to drag her in what appears to be an attempt to hide the body.
He pauses, walks away, then returns and continues to pull her along the sidewalk.
GRCC officials said that it happened overnight and the campus was closed, so officers weren't on duty, according to FOX 17.
A witness called police and reported seeing a man dragging what appeared to be a body between the ramp and main building. Bivins (below) allegedly confessed to killing Huntoon (above). He mentioned specific details of the crime that were corroborated by surveillance videos and evidence found at the scene.
A witness called police and reported seeing a man dragging what appeared to be a body between the ramp and main building, according to MLive.
Bivins allegedly confessed to killing Huntoon, according to court documents.
He mentioned specific details of the crime that were corroborated by surveillance videos and evidence found at the scene.
Bivins' criminal history dates back to age 13, when he was charged as a juvenile with attacking his father, according to MLive.
Around the same time, he was charged with fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct.
He served time at a juvenile detention center in 2010.
Before the murder, Bivins was arrested on April 20 in Grand Rapids on a misdemeanor related to disorderly conduct.
When Bivins was 13 years old counselors indicated they had made many efforts to help Bivins, including sex-offender treatment, crisis intervention, psychotropic medication, drug screening, surveillance and a tether, according to MLive.