A judge in Green Lake County has set a one-million dollar bond for a Princeton man accused of killing his girlfriend and starting a fire to try and hide the evidence. A bond hearing was held Wednesday for 29-year-old Antonio Contreras, who’s charged with homicide and three other felonies in the death of 55-year-old Grace Reiter Rudolph on March 12th at the home they rented. Prosecutors say Contreras smoked marijuana and drank beer before going home and confronting Reiter Rudolph — and officials say she locked herself in a bedroom where Contreras busted in, shot her at least four times in the head, poured flammable liquid on her, and started a fire. Prosecutors say Contreras then packed a pickup truck and drove to Florida where he was arrested three days later. Contreras is due back in court Monday, where he’ll be asked if he understands his charges of homicide, arson, mutilating a corpse, and illegal firearm possession as a convicted felon.