CLAY CENTER, Neb. — A Nebraska man accused of killing a woman two years ago is facing a seven-figure bond.

Clay County judge Michael Burns set bond at 10 percent of $2 million for 34-year-old Anthony Mattison on Tuesday. Mattison, whose last address was in Osceola, is accused of killing Jasmine Garnett on September 17, 2022. He faces first-degree murder and improper disposal of human remains charges in addition to a pair of weapons violations.

Mattison has been in custody since September, 2022 in connection to an incident at the Hastings Police Department in which authorities say he shot at officers. He spent more than a year at the Lincoln Regional Center after being ruled not competent for trial in the shooting case. A judge then ruled him competent last month.

Authorities didn’t charge Mattison with murder until April 24, which was 19 months after Garnett died. Court documents say the Nebraska State Patrol started investigating the case on October 5, 2022 after finding Garnett’s body on a rural Clay County road. Her body had a gunshot wound to the head.

Mattison is next due in court for a hearing in the murder case on May 28.