A Salem, Oregon woman whom police say dumped her mother’s body outside Goodwill Industries in Port Huron Township earlier this year, has also been charged with open murder. Forty-nine-year-old Kelly Rhodes, was arrested and lodged in the St. Clair County Intervention and Detention Center after her mother, 89-year-old Mary Gertrude Grenia, was found dead on March 12 outside Goodwill Industries, on 26th Street in Port Huron. The charges were amended in Judge John Monaghan’s St. Clair County District courtroom yesterday from not only a charge of moving a dead body without a medical examiner’s permission, but also charges of open murder and vulnerable adult abuse in the second degree. The body of the woman was found by a worker at Goodwill on March 12, covered with a blanket inside a fenced area used to store recyclable materials. Rhodes was arrested in Belleville, Illinois and brought back to St. Clair County. Murder charges were added following the results of the autopsy. She is being held without bond. Her preliminary examination is scheduled for June 25.