Authorities have found the remains of a man they believe is Ted Throneberry. Throneberry has been missing since February when he left his job in Illinois for his home near Alread in northern Arkansas. His wife, Ann, also was missing. But she was found last week, as were two of the Throneberrys` neighbors who eluded officers for two weeks after officers went to their home to ask them about the disappearance of Ted and Ann Throneberry. She and her neighbors -- Mark Holsombach and William J. Frazier -- are now in jail. Van Buren County Deputy Prosecutor Stephen James said he was notified today that an overnight search turned up bones, a skull and teeth on the property where Holsombach and Frazier lived. He said the two and Ann Throneberry are all suspects in Ted Throneberry`s death. He said investigators believe Throneberry was killed with a sledge hammer, then his body taken to another location on the property and burned. He said they haven`t determined yet who struck the death blow and that Holsombach and Frazier are each trying to blame the other. When officers went to Holsombach and Frazier`s cabin on March 22nd, they also were trying to serve outstanding warrants on the two men. Instead, shots were fired and a state police trooper was injured. Today a judge set a one million dollar bond for Frazier and he is to appear in court on April 20th to be arraigned on an attempted capital murder charge, the same day Holsombach and Throneberry are scheduled for arraignment. Frazier was found Saturday in Johnson County. Ann Throneberry was found with Holsombach the day before in Newton County. Authorities suspect she was in the cabin the day of the shooting and fled with them.