Ontario County District Attorney Michael Tantillo plans to present evidence to a grand jury as soon as results of laboratory tests are received.

Laboratory results in the homicide case of Nicholas Bice are expected to be returned soon to the Ontario County District Attorney's Office.

District Attorney Michael Tantillo would not elaborate on how soon, but said he expects the evidence to be presented to a grand jury in the near future as soon as the laboratory results are in.

Bice's body was discovered Sept. 30 in his Camelot Square Apartments unit after Canandaigua firefighters had extinguished a fire in the apartment. The cause of the fire has been ruled an arson.

Tantillo previously had said the investigation into the two crimes was being aggressively pursued by multiple agencies. He also said there was no reason to believe the public was at risk.

The investigation is being led by Detective Nate Lawrence of the Canandaigua City Police Department.

Bice, a 2014 graduate of Canandaigua Academy, was a business administration student at Finger Lakes Community College.