That's when police opened the trunk of the missing woman's auto and found her body inside.
Police said around midnight they were contacted by a police department in Texas, Cedar Hill Police asked them to check a residence for a missing woman from Texas.
When officers arrived at the residence in the area of Woodridge Drive, they located the missing female's vehicle parked in front of the residence.
Police made contact with Dequalan Dejuan Harris, a Cedar Hill man who was at the Woodridge Drive home. He told police that he did travel to Texas to pick up a child at her residence earlier in the week. After being told Cedar Hill Police wanted him detained, Harris fought with officers and tried to run away.
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The body has not yet been positively identified, but authorities believe it is that of a missing woman from Cedar Hill, TX. When the trunk of the auto was opened, her corpse was found inside.
The woman's name has not been released at this time.
Harris was booked on charges of resisting arrest, obstructing official business and gross abuse of a corpse, jail records show.
The Richland County Corner and Richland County Prosecutor's Office were then called and the Mansfield Police Crime Lab processed the scene.