Garner said he drove the truck and dropped Vogel off in another town, then he and Cox drove to a rural area where they dumped items from the back of the truck in a ditch, according to the affidavit. The body of Michael Williams, 44, of Grinnell, Iowa was found on Wednesday near Kellogg after a witness called about a fire, according to The Daily Beast. According to the court document, Vogel showed Williams' body to Johnson in his basement, and offered Johnson drugs in exchange for his help removing it on Sept. 15. DeGreef thought an animal was involved — a sickly cow, maybe. Vogel's mother, Julia Cox, 55, and Roy Lee Garner, 57, who share the home with Vogel, will face charges of abuse of a corpse, obstructing prosecution (destruction of evidence) and accessory after the fact, according to court documents. It is unclear whether any of the others arrested have attorneys. He wanted to hold his 6-month-old granddaughter in his arms and give her a kiss on the cheek, and to help care for his aging mother, whose health has deteriorated. "I miss him," Michael told KCCI. “Our mission from the very beginning, and that will continue, is to bring justice for Mike and justice for his family," Reilly said. "The investigation has revealed no evidence to show the acts against Michael Williams were motivated by his race nor that his death was the result of a hate crime," according to a statement from the Department of Public Safety. He spent the final years of his life in Grinnell, Iowa, USA. Now she could face up to 6 months in jail, British supermarket chain launches frozen chicken nugget into space to celebrate anniversary, Michael Williams: Four arrested after Black man's body found burning in a ditch in Grinnell, Iowa. The calls stopped Sept. 12, two days after his 44th birthday. Any time there is a concern about the possibility of a racist act, that's where we are,” Andrews said. At least one of the suspects — Vogel — knew Williams, they said. Police said evidence revealed Williams was killed at 1203 Spring St. in Grinnell on or about Sept. 12 and that his body had remained in the basement there for days. Police have since arrested and charged four people for his death. Once, about a decade ago in Syracuse, when he and his cousins had gone out for a night on the town, Williams danced so hard and long he fell asleep at a bar. Friends of the Williams family started a GoFundMe campaign to raise money to help pay for any expenses that they might incur from the investigation, to cover costs of the burial, as well as for living and transportation expenses for his children. Grinnell Police Chief Dennis Reilly called for the community to help Williams' children, who now are left without a father. The body of Michael Williams, 44, was found in the small town of Grinnell, rural Iowa earlier this month but authorities have said it didn’t appear he had been targeted because of his race. The KCCI news team brings you the best in local coverage and all the top stories from across the state. Woman arrested for allegedly hitting Black jogger with glass bottle in racist attack, Trooper who faced firing in Black man’s death dies in crash. The following day, Garner, accompanied by Vogel and Cox, used his 1999 Dodge Dakota pickup truck to take Williams' body to the roadside ditch. The Office of the State Medical Examiner classified Williams' death as homicide consistent with strangulation. In canceling classes, Harris hopes students think of actions that can be taken to build the community and prevent further suffering. GRINNELL, Iowa — Iowa authorities have arrested four people in connection with the death of Michael Williams, the Black man whose body was found burning in a ditch near Kellogg on Sept. 16. It is unclear whether any of the others arrested have attorneys.