On Sept. 22, a search warrant was ordered on Bryant’s house on Sand Hills Drive in Haslet. Three cellphones, a tablet, a computer, and three memory cards were seized from the house. According to Administration Sergeant Robert Eberling of Grapevine Police Department, authorities found what they suspect to be child pornography on at least one of the devices.
The FBI inventory property list included in the warrant recorded knives, guns, ammunition, potential bone fragments in a fire pit, soil and blood samples, and a hacksaw with potential hair on the blade as items found in Bryant’s home. Authorities previously found Vandagriff’s purse in Bryant’s trashcan, according to the Arrest Warrant Affidavit.
The Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s office is to complete and release Vandagriff’s autopsy report within approximately 60 days of Sept. 15.
Vice President for Student Life Monica Mendez- Grant said in a Sept. 20 email: “As we continue to mourn the loss of Jacqueline “Jackie” Vandagriff, one of her family’s wishes is that Jackie’s passion and enthusiasm for her time at TWU be reflected in how she is remembered. Therefore, we have established a fund in Jackie Vandagriff’s memory through the TWU Foundation.”
The family asked on GoFundMe that those who wish to donate in Vandagriff’s honor do so through the TWU fund or through Operation Kindness, where Vandagriff adopted her cat Shay. Donations can be made online at www.twu.edu/foundation and www.operationkindness.org