SALT LAKE CITY — Prosecutors say a Utah woman tried to drive a man’s body to California after she sold him heroin and methamphetamine at her Utah home and he died outside.

Court records show 44-year-old Cherie Ann Clark was charged Wednesday with having stolen property, abusing or desecrating a dead body and obstructing justice.

Investigators say in court documents that Bryce Lowry died outside Clark’s home in early October and Clark decided to take the man’s Jeep and move to California.

The Salt Lake Tribune reports ( police pulled over Clark and another man, Joshua Lee Zobel, as they drove the Jeep near Moapa, Nevada on Oct. 5 after Lowry’s family reported him missing.

Clark and Zobel are in custody Nevada. They do not yet appear to have attorneys.

It’s unclear if an autopsy has been performed to determine the man’s cause of death.

Information from: The Salt Lake Tribune,

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