On Monday, details from a new court testimony were revealed by investigators regarding missing Kentucky mom Savannah Spurlock's death. Spurlock, 23, was discovered in a shallow grave that was less than two feet deep, according to WKYT.

The Kentucky mother of four had disappeared on Jan. 4 and had not been heard from since. Eventually, police were alerted to a "foul odor" coming from the property where she was discovered, reports the Lexington Herald-Leader.

According to the new details given in the testimony that was heard on Monday morning, the Madison County mother was found at the residence on Fall Lick Road in Garrard County with "her feet bound by tape and her body covered with trash bags and a rug in a shallow grave." Previously, it had only been stated that Spurlock had been found in an "unnatural position."

Allegedly, David Sparks, the only person who has been named in her disappearance thus far, texted his sister on the day that Spurlock went missing to ask where she bought a rug. He added that he wanted to buy another one. When detectives searched the property where Sparks lived, they found a rug inside the residence that matched the one that was recovered with her body on June 11.

Additionally, a bloodstain that was "consistent with Spurlock's DNA" was located inside Sparks' Price Court bedroom closet, according to police. It was also stated that Sparks visited the Fall Lick Road home, which belongs to his parents, for approximately two hours on the evening of Jan. 4, and then returned the next day. 

WKYT reports that Sparks has been charged with abuse of a corpse and tampering with physical evidence. Sparks has requested a bond, according to the below tweet, and the judge in the matter said that he would look into it.