EATON COUNTY, Mich. (WLNS) — A woman was taken into custody at Gerald R. Ford International Airport in Grand Rapids for murder-related charges dating back to 2002.

The Eaton County Sheriff’s Office says Beverly McCallum, 62, has been in custody in Rome, Italy since February 2020.

Officials said McCallum is the last defendant to be charged in the “Jack in the Box” cold case. The case dates back to 2002 when Robert Caraballo was killed in Charlotte and his body was found in a field in Grand Haven.

McCallum left the United States and went to Pakistan and authorities couldn’t extradite her. However, when she went to a hotel in Italy, police were able to arrest her after an international warrant popped up on her online reservation.

She is facing charges of second degree murder and disinterment/mutilation of a body. On Monday, McCallum was arraigned in 56-A District Court for those charges.

“Robert Caraballo’s family has been waiting over 20 years for justice for his murder,” Eaton County Prosecutor Douglas R. Lloyd said. “Now that McCallum has been arraigned, I look forward to working diligently to provide Robert’s family with the justice and closure they deserve.”

McCallum was the third person to be arrested in this case. Her daughter Dineane Ducharme has already been sentenced to life in prison and family friend Christopher McMillan pleaded guilty to charges in 2019.

Her bond has been set at $10 million and her next court appearance is July 22, 2022.