49-year-old Kelly Rhodes, of Salem, Oregon was transported to the county jail from St. Clair County, Illinois late Tuesday. Rhodes says she left her mother’s body outside a Port Huron Township thrift store in the Blue Water Area. Deputy Steve Campau, the sheriff department public information officer, said Rhodes will most likely be arraigned Thursday. Rhodes will face charges of removing a body without medical examiner’s permission. The body of 89-year-old Mary Gertrude Grenia was found by a Goodwill employee, under a blanket on March 12. The body was inside a fenced-in area used to store recyclable materials at the facility of 26th Street. Rhodes’ fiancé told officials she was traveling with her mother to come visit him in Ontario. He stated the older woman died while the two were in Port Huron. The case remains under investigation. Rhodes is currently being held at the St. Clair County Michigan Intervention and Detention Center on a $10,000 cash/surety bond. Her next court date is scheduled for April 15 at 1 p.m. in Port Huron’s 72nd District Court.