A suspect in the death of a student whose body was found in Trumbull Friday surrendered to State Police Saturday.

Jermaine Richards, 30, of 115 Beardsley Park Terrace, turned himself in to Troop G State Police Barracks in Bridgeport today after finding out he is a person of interest in the disappearance and homicide of Eastern Connecticut State University student Alyssiah Marie Wiley. Richards was dating Wiley, according to reports.

State Police said they searched the suspect's home and seized evidence. Richards was charged with murder and kidnapping in the first degree. He is being held on $2 million bond and is set to appear in court Monday.

State Police earlier Saturday confirmed that remains were found off Quarry Road Friday morning were Wiley's.