Sunday, October 3, 2010
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Jean Stevens has indicated through her attorney hermes bag she plans to build an aboveground vault on her property to store the bodies of James Stevens and June Stevens, according to Bradford County District Attorney Daniel Barrett. "If she does hermes bag hermes bag, the bodies will be released for hermes bag purpose," he said. "Otherwise they will be re-interred." Stevens' attorney hermes bag, Leslie Wizelman, did not immediately return phone messages left at her office. Stevens previously told The Associated Press hermes bag she kept the embalmed remains of her loved ones because she wanted to be able to see hermes bag and talk to them. She also said she's claustrophobic and couldn't stand the thought of their bodies in caskets in the ground. State police have been investigating the bizarre case since the corpses were discovered in mid-June. Authorities found the body of James Stevens on a couch in the detached garage and the body of June Stevens on a couch in a spare room off the bedroom. Stevens had GHD Styler hermes bag dug up shortly after they died - James in 1999 and June in October - and tended to their remains at her rural property outside the northern Pennsylvania town of Wyalusing. Barrett said a decision on charges could be made as early as Friday hermes bag, after he meets with investigators. He said authorities are looking into several possible violations, including misdemeanor abuse of a corpse. He also cited possible summary violations of the state health code hermes bag, which regulates how bodies must be disinterred. "There were some things done here hermes bag were not lawful," he said.