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Police: Pennsylvania man tried to buy stolen body

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Terry Wallace and Claudia Lauer

Pennsylvania man's remains of Arkansas woman accused of molesting corpse, accepting stolen goods, etc. . It may be resold on Facebook.

A spokesperson for the Arkansas College of Medicine in Little Rock confirmed that the body will be donated to her UAMS facility. UAMS spokeswoman Leslie Taylor said it was instead stolen from the Arkansas Central Morgue in Little Rock and sold by a female mortuary employee, adding that a federal investigation was open.

"We honor those who donate their bodies and are appalled that such a thing can happen," Taylor said. rice field.

Morgue officials hung up on reporters seeking comment on Thursday.

FBI Little His Rock spokesman Connor Hagan said the agency was aware of the Pennsylvania case, but "does not comment on ongoing investigations." As of Thursday, no charges had been filed against the Arkansas woman.

East Pennsylvania Her Pennsboro Her township police announced they had arrested and charged her 40-year-old Jeremy Lee, who lives in Enola, Pennsylvania. Pauly said she was arrested on July 22nd and appeared in court on Thursday.

A call to an attorney representing Pauly was not returned late Thursday.Paulley was released on $50,000 bail, according to court records.

"I've seen it all, and then I think this kind of thing happened," said the Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, locality where Pauly was indicted. Prosecutor Sean McCormack said, "The question we had to answer was, is the sale of body parts and bones still illegal or legal? I was surprised. In particular, some of them were legal, and as the investigation progressed, it became clear that some were also illegal.”

According to police affidavits, one body part Pauley, who describes himself as a collector of what he called "strange things", including the department, said the bodies were legally obtained when he was first contacted by police, according to a police affidavit. Stated. Police initially found what they described as older human remains, including complete skeletons they determined had been obtained legally.

However, after his second tip of new remains in Paulie's home, investigators return home to find a recent purchase. Police found three of his 5-gallon buckets containing various body parts, including the child, and federal and state law enforcement sent a letter from an Arkansas woman containing body parts to Paulie. 's package was intercepted.

Pauley told investigators he intended to resell his body parts, according to an affidavit. Investigators allege Pauly arranged for an Arkansas woman to pay her $4,000 for the body through Facebook Messenger.

A message to a Facebook spokesperson was not returned late Thursday.


His AP writer Kantele Franco of Columbus, Ohio, reported this contributed to the report.