ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) -- Albuquerque police have identified three people whose remains were discovered among six heads and other body parts in a truck at a Kansas medical waste facility.
According to a criminal complaint against the 31-year-old owner of Bio Care Southwest, Kansas City detectives identified three of the seven people whose remains were found as Jacqueline Snyder, Chuck Hines and Harold Dillard.
Bio Care's owner, Paul Montano, was arrested late Wednesday at his office on three counts of fraud.
Sealed plastic bags containing the body parts were found last week in 12 red plastic tubs inside a delivery truck at a Stericycle Inc. facility in Kansas City, Kan.
The tubs had shipping labels from The Learning Center, affiliated with Bio Care.
Snyder and Hines are from New Mexico; Dillard's hometown wasn't immediately clear.
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