Bond set for man accused of gross abuse of corpse involving missing Huber Heights woman

Harrison Deon Williamson Jr.

caption arrowCaption
Harrison Deon Williamson Jr.

A judge set bond Tuesday for a Dayton man facing charges connected to a missing Huber Heights woman whose body was found in a field in Dayton.

ExploreRELATED: Man indicted for gross abuse of corpse involving missing Huber Heights woman

During 41-year-old Harrison Deon Williamson Jr.’s arraignment, his bond was set at $10,000, according to Montgomery County Common Pleas Court records. He’s facing tampering with evidence and gross abuse of a corpse charges.

The charges stem from July 2021, when the body of Brooke McCullough, 27, was found two days after she was reported missing to Riverside police.

McCullough died from fentanyl intoxication, according to Montgomery County Coroner Dr. Kent Harshbarger. Her death was ruled an accident.

Detectives used cellphone records and information provided by McCullough’s family to find her body.

ExploreRELATED: Police investigating after missing woman’s body found in Dayton last week

Police said they believed McCullough died and was then brought to the field where she was found.

Williamson remains held in the Montgomery County Jail.

About the Author