An arrest warrant has been issued for a suspect believed responsible for the death and dismemberment of a Port Huron man this past summer. 42 year old Reginald Grasty, believed to be homeless, is still at large and is wanted in connection to the murder of 44 year old William Michael Orlow. Orlow’s body was discovered June 23rd on the Sea Cadet Ship Gray Fox while docked along the St. Clair River. Port Huron Police Tuesday provided an update to the investigation including the charges sought against Grasty. A two-count arrest warrant was issued by St. Clair County District Court for Grasty’s arrest, including one count of open murder and one count of disinterment and mutilation of a corpse. Grasty is described as a black male, 5-foot 10-inches tall, approximately 190 pounds with brown eyes. He is believed to be in the greater Detroit area. Anybody with information regarding his whereabouts is asked to call the CAPTURE Tip line at 987-6688. Police Tuesday would not elaborate on Grasty’s alleged ties to the victim or the vessel, but did state that he poses a threat to the public’s safety.