A Brooklyn man has been charged with concealing a woman’s severed body parts in a Bronx trash facility days after the discovery. Somorie Moses was arrested by NYPD authorities Sunday morning at his Brooklyn home, but details on the matter remain in development.
AM New York reports:
A suspect has been charged in connection with body parts that were discovered at a trash facility in the Bronx last week.
Somorie Moses, 40, was charged with concealment of a human corpse Sunday morning, police said.
An NYPD spokeswoman said officers had searched Moses’ Brooklyn home overnight, but would not comment on whether any evidence was found.
The arrest comes five days after the torso and leg of an adult woman were unearthed at the Metropolitan Transfer Station, a privately owned facility on Halleck Street in Hunts Point, cops said.
It isn’t clear if Moses traveled to the Bronx to stash the body, but one of the city’s trash facility workers said that garbage brought to the location is processed from across the five boroughs.
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