HORRY COUNTY, S.C. (WBTW) — A judge denied a request to modify the bond conditions of a Conway woman accused of murder at a hearing Thursday afternoon.

Meagan Jackson and former Horry County Deputy Coroner Christopher Dontell are accused of murdering Gregory Vincent Rice, who was reported missing on Oct. 5, 2020, and was last believed to have been heard from on Oct. 2, 2020. At the time, Rice was considered missing, not endangered.

Jackson was granted bond in March and was asking for a modification that would have allowed her to travel to Whiteville, North Carolina, to help remodel a church with her employer, according to documents obtained by News13.

Prosecutors said they were concerned because Jackson was already given a second chance at bond after her initial bond was revoked when she was accused of having contact with Dontell.

Prosecutors were also concerned that they would have no jurisdiction in North Carolina.