Police Chief Mike Burns held a news conference today to update the media on the case. He said although more than 30 people were interviewed, all the evidence pointed to McDaniel.
"All of the evidence that we have, that we received back, ended up linking to one person."
He said the department had logged many overtime hours in order to make this arrest happen, but their work is not finished.
" Just because we made an arrest the investigation is not over, we will keep investigating until the day it goes to trial."
He would not specifically say that the department is still looking for Giddings' remains, but asked the public to contact the department if they noticed any strange odors.
District Attorney Greg Winters says he has not decided when the case will go to trial, or whether or not he will seek the death penalty.