Rosemount police have confirmed the body of University of Minnesota student Anarae Schunk was found in a roadside ditch in Rice County near Lonsdale, Minn.
The Hennepin County medical examiner's office confirmed the identity Tuesday afternoon after her body had been found on 60th Street West at about 4:30 p.m. Monday, about 30 minutes from Schunk's last known location.
The county had been in the process of mowing ditches which was how Schunk's body was spotted one row in of 80 acres of corn. The farmer who owns the field pontificated that if the ditches had remained un-mowed, he wouldn't have found her body until he got on his combine at the end of October.
Anarae Schunk's brother, Tyson Schunk, told FOX 9 police found his sister's white U of M jacket covered in blood and punctured with multiple holes Nelson's ex-wife's apartment in St. Paul.
A second suspect -- Nelson's current girlfriend, Ashley Conrade -- was charged with aiding an offender. Conrade told investigators that all three of them went to Conrade's townhome in Rosemount and circled the neighborhood after the shooting then went to a nearby cul-de-sac to watch police arrive, and fled.
Rosemount police are currently investigating the incident along with the Minnesota BCA and the Dakota County sheriff's office.
The Rosemount Police Department is seeking information from the public to help in the investigation. Contact the Dakota County sheriff's office tip line at 651-438-4720.