Teen Makes First Court Appearance for Dunnellon Murder
A man accused of killing a Dunnellon woman and burning her body in a garbage pit made his first appearance in court Tuesday morning.
19-year-old Zachary Snyder is being held without bond and faces a charge of first degree premeditated murder.
During his first appearance in front of the judge, he was relatively quiet. He and the judge talked briefly about a violation of probation charge he has in Sumter County. The judge also explained to him that he can't bond out.
Deputies say they found Snyder inside 66-year-old Doris Babcock's home and then noticed he was burning something in a pit outside. Medical examiners confirmed it was the body of Doris Babcock.
Snyder is set to be back in court on Dec. 21.
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