Dorice "DeeDee" Moore appears on a video monitor during her first appearance in court.
Dorice "DeeDee" Moore
Tampa, Florida - A Hillsborough County judge has set a one-million dollar bond for Dorice "DeeDee" Moore.
Moore, 37, made her first court appearance Wednesday morning. She was arrested Tuesday and charged in connection with the murder of lottery winner Abraham Shakespeare.
Moore is facing a charge of accessory to first-degree murder after the fact. Investigators say more arrests are expected.
Shakespeare's body was found buried under a concrete slab at a house in Plant City last Thursday. The house belongs to Moore's boyfriend.
A law enforcement report, released Tuesday, offered gruesome details into Shakespeare's death.
Moore was booked Tuesday night and spent the night at the Orient Road Jail in Hillsborough County. Tuesday, she told reporters that she is "deeply saddened" for Shakespeare's family.
Janie Porter, 10 Connects