The body was returned to the funeral home.
Police found the body, draped in a sheet, still attached to the gurney about 10 miles from where the hearse was reported to be stolen.More news: 'Mamma Mia!' film sequel gets July 2018 release date
Police said that the suspects had stolen a vehicle that was transporting a body from a funeral home.
The body was found around 7 a.m. when a passing truck driver spotted it, according to the Houston Chronicle.More news: Kane has no reason to leave Tottenham, insists Pochettino
It would be another almost five hours before the pair - Bryan residents Adam Craig Crow and Tanya Ray Albrecht - were pulled over in the stolen tan Suburban and taken into custody on multiple charges. Owner Travis D. Stackhouse was out of town on vacation and was unavailable for comment. "I don't know how or why it happened, but we are fixing the problem". That's when police say Crow and Albrecht stole it. Albrecht faces an additional misdemeanor charge of abusing a corpse.
James Stewart tweeted a picture of a toppled over gurney saying the body was ditched in rural Brazos County.More news: Why Boston should let LeBron James score 50 points a game
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