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Timothy Nance

FOND DU LAC (WITI) — We are expected to learn more on Tuesday, December 3rd in the case of missing Fond du Lac man, Timothy Nance. FOX6 News learned from authorities in Fond du Lac that Nance’s body was recovered on Thursday, November 28th — after Nance had been missing since November 1st.

Timothy Nance

Timothy Nance

A press conference is planned for Tuesday, December 3rd, during with the Fond du Lac Police Department and Fond du Lac District Attorney’s Office will hold a joint press conference in the case.

We still do not know for sure where Nance’s body was found — or the cause of death in the case.

Meanwhile, Nance’s wife and sister-in-law remain jailed in the case. They have not been charged.

FOX6 News spoke with a friend of Timothy Nance last Thursday.

“Now reality has set in. He’s not just missing anymore, he’s gone,” said Rodney Emerson, one of Nance’s best friends. “I’m just relieved and happy that he was found.”

The case remains under active investigation.

Nance’s wife, Eve, and sister-in-law, Tina Ewell, are being held in jail in connection with Nance’s disappearance.

Officials said last week that two individuals were booked into the Fond du Lac County Jail on charges of hiding/mutilating a corpse and obstructing.

The two made a court appearance on Wednesday, November 27th.

At issue in court Wednesday was whether or not Nance’s wife and her sister have been held in jail for too long without being formally charged or without having bail set.

Judge Richard Nuss has sealed the legal documents regarding the state’s case against the two women. The judge says there was enough probable cause for their arrest. He also approved their week-long detention without bail.

Nuss set bond at $100,000 for Nance and $50,000 for Ewell.

Family members did not want to talk after court. Emerson says he hopes the investigation ends soon so loved ones can find some closure.

“That’s what’s important — people can say goodbye to him. He can get a proper burial, all that,” said Emerson.

District Attorney Eric Toney hasn’t given any type of timeline as to if or when criminal charges will be filed against Nance and Ewell.

“It’s an ongoing investigation and we don’t take the issuance of homicide charges lightly,” District Attorney Eric Toney said. “I’m not indicating what, if anything, will be charged.”

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