Bond Set For Princeton Fire Suspect

4/13/17 – Cash bond was set at $1-million dollars yesterday for a Green Lake County man accused of murdering his girlfriend and starting a fire to conceal the crime. Antonio Contreras is facing felony counts of First Degree Intentional Homicide, Arson, Mutilating a Corpse and Possession of a Firearm By A Convicted Felon. The Princeton man is accused of shooting his live-in girlfriend, 55-year-old Grace Reiter-Rudolph on March 13. According to the criminal complaint, the two were arguing when the Reiter-Rudolph locked herself in a bedroom. The 29-year-old reportedly told investigators that he was smoking meth and drinking beer before he barged into the room and shot her in the head up to four times. He also admitted to applying an ignitable liquid to the bloody items and the victim’s body and using a lighter to destroy the evidence. Contreras fled the state but was arrested in Florida two days later. If convicted, the maximum sentence is life in prison. An initial appearance is on the calendar Monday.