He also indicated that Michael had forced him to come along when he disposed of her body.
However, the credibility of his statements have come into question.
He became furious when he discovered that she had a bank account opened in her own name.
In her spare time, Bonnie enjoyed watching local live bands with friends and family.
When told of its discovery, Michael reported her missing.
Authorities soon located Bonnie's car abandoned at the Jacksonville Airport, which was in close proximity to the Red Roof Inn.
Two jailhouse informants also testified that he had confessed to killing Bonnie and burying her body in the backyard.
Daughter of the late Fred Wieszczek, she is survived by her three children, Felicia, Devin and Elexia Sullivan; their father, Charles Beth Sullivan; mother Linda Savadge; brother Bill Lydia Wieszczek, sister Beth Wieszczek, stepmother Sharon Quill Wieszczek; and a host of other relatives and friends.