It was just last Monday night when Dale Robinson led investigators to the place where he left Deanna Scantlin's body.
Robinson says Scantlin's death was accidental and he did not kill her, but whether prosecutors will charge him with her murder is still not known.
Marathon County District Attorney Jill Falstad says they are still waiting for reports from the state crime lab on Deanna's autopsy before they will make a decision to file murder charges against Robinson.
Falstad also says that Robinson could still be locked up for the rest of his life is convicted on existing charges of kidnapping, theft and sexual assault.
Robinson is being held on a $1-million cash bond.
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