emfizz.com
emfizz.com May 30, 2017


Body dumped along Texas road after hearse stolen

20 May 2017, 09:31 | Jan Cross

BRYAN (KRLD) – Two people are being questioned in a bizarre stolen hearse case.

Texas man and woman arrested after hearse taken, body dumped on side of road

The body was found around 7 a.m. when a passing truck driver spotted it, according to the Houston Chronicle.

Officers were able to catch up to the suspects and took them into custody, James said.

Authorities say the hearse was stolen after the driver stopped at a fast food restaurant.

Albrecht was charged with abuse of a corpse. When he came back out, the hearse was gone, The Eagle reported.

Senators to sport Canadian flag on helmets for Game 4
Crosby stationed himself right on the doorstep to Anderson's left, his right leg hugging the post for support. Crosby and the Penguins don't need to look far for experience on how to bounce back.


Trump calls Russian Federation probe 'greatest witch-hunt in history'
Mueller was appointed Wednesday by Rosenstein , who had faced criticism as the author of a memo that preceded Comey's firing. Cato's Pilon said Mueller's investigation would determine whether the facts in the investigation warranted prosecution.


Alibaba reveals $6 bln share buyback as misses EPS forecast
Full year revenue from digital media and entertainment increased 271 per cent year-over-year to US$2.14 billion. Revenue in the fiscal year surged 56 percent to about 158.3 billion yuan year on year, according to Alibaba.


A passer-by found the body and the gurney it was on about an hour and a half later and a few miles away in rural Brazos County.

Drew told The Eagle he did not know if the deceased person's family had been notified of the theft. The body was recovered and returned to the funeral home. The SUV has not yet been located. "True story. hearse stolen in Bryan with body inside, then body dumped in the county!" the tweet said.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Bryan Police Department at 979-209-5300 or Crime Stoppers at 979-775-TIPS.



Other News

Trending Now

Anthony Weiner, disgraced former congressman, pleads guilty in 'sexting' case involving minor
He also agreed to not file for an appeal of any sentencing that would land him anywhere between 21 and 27 months in prison. Anthony Weiner is crying in court as he apologizes to the 15-year-old girl with whom he exchanged sexually explicit texts.

Dollar heads for worst week in over a year amid political uncertainty
Benchmark 10-year note yields were unchanged on the day at 2.23 percent, after earlier rising as high as 2.26 percent. USA crude rose 2.15 percent to $50.41 per barrel and Brent was last at $53.71, up 2.29 percent on the day.

Turn up as normal for appointments today, says NHS after cyber attack
NHS England sought to reassure patients, advising that A&E and other emergency services should still be used if needed. Microsoft first introduced Windows XP in 2001 and stopped offering security updates and bug fixes several years ago.

Bill O'Reilly Pays Tribute to Ailes on Podcast
Those sentiments were jarring to me because I grew up admiring and respecting the Daily News, the Journal and other newspapers. O'Reilly's firing last month was the most damaging; he'd been the network's top-rated personality for most of its existence.

Microsoft issues WannaCry security patch for XP, blasts USA for 'stockpiling vulnerabilities'
Users of older software, such as Windows XP, had to pay hefty fees for technical support, it added. There are almost 150 million computers running Windows XP operation system globally.

'Bobby Three Sticks' Mueller to probe Russia-Trump imbroglio
The role was to investigate and prosecute - in a court of law - possible violations of federal law by high-level officials. And if Mueller finds enough evidence, he can seek an indictment against the suspect or suspects from a federal grand jury.

Basquiat painting fetches record $110.5M at New York auction
Basquiat died several years after creating the work that sold Thursday, overdosing on heroin in 1988 at the age of 27. This story was first published on CNNMoney.com, " Basquiat tops Warhol after painting sells for $111 million ".

Trump calls himself victim of 'single greatest witch hunt'
Richard Burr, a North Carolina Republican who chairs the Senate intelligence committee, called the appointment a "good decision". White House officials such press secretary Sean Spicer had said as recently as Tuesday there was no need for a special counsel .

U.S. drillers likely to undermine Russia-OPEC plan to boost crude prices
Morgan Stanley says that the doubling of the rig count in the USA demonstrates the "strongest recovery in the last 30 years". At its meeting, OPEC is expected to renew its decision to reduce production by more than 1 million b/d through 2017.

USA ready to participate in China's Silk Road project
Describing India as the "onlooker", the Global Times on Monday said in its report that New Delhi appeared more anxious than the (actual) players.