Police: Body of a Texas couple's son found in bucket of tar

Posted On: Aug 13, 2020   |   Posted By: My Sanantonio

MCKINNEY, Texas - A Texas couple have been charged with evidence tampering and abuse of a corpse after authorities found their infant son dead in a bucket of tar.
Sheriff's deputies arrested Donna and Roland Grabowski late Saturday in the Dallas suburb of McKinney. A Collin County Sheriff's Office spokesman said in a Wednesday statement that they had refused to cooperate with investigators looking into a report of the 1-week-old boy's death.
After their arrest, deputies searched the couple's home in Princeton, a small city about 40 miles northeast of downtown Dallas. In a shed behind the house they found a bucket of tar, with Micah Grabowski's tiny form submerged in it, Capt. Nick Bristow said.
Bristow said the Grabowskis told deputies that they awoke on July 29 to find their son dead in their bed, but they never reported it. Sheriff Jim Skinner said the couple repeatedly lied about what happened to Micah.
“It's tragic and it's sad enough any time we have the death of an infant," Skinner...

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