WYOMING, Mich. - The man accused of killing a Wyoming mother will go to trial.
Andrew Hudson waived his right to finish out his preliminary examination on Thursday. He's charged with open murder and tampering with evidence in the Ana Carrillo case.
Carrillo's remains were also found Thursday, police said. She had been missing since Sept. 3. Hudson is her ex-boyfriend.
Hudson, his father and other family members had already been charged with perjury or obstruction during the investigation into Carrillo's disappearance.
After the preliminary hearing began Wednesday for Hudson, police started searching an area of Johnson Park along the Grand River. Crews were in that area again Thursday, but said Carrillo's remains were discovered in a different, undisclosed area.