Remains were discovered in incinerator at meat processing plant near Dalhart

Camilla and Kory Tidrow have been arrested and charged with Murder after human remains were found in an incinerator at a meat processing plant near Dalhart. Benjamen Buck was arrested for Tampering with Evidence. (Photos: Dallam County Sheriff's Office)

New details have been released regarding the human remains found near Dalhart on Wednesday.

According to the Dalhart Police Department, during an investigation, authorities were led to the meat processing plant near 13th and Sage Brush where the remains were found in an incinerator in a building on the property.

As a result, three people were arrested including Camilla and Kory Tidrow, who are charge with Murder. Camilla is the daughter of Joel Frazier, a 65-year-old man who has been missing from Dalhart since July 11.

A third person, Benjamen Buck, was arrested for Tampering with Evidence.

The remains that were found have been sent to the University of North Texas to be identified. A cause of death will also be determined.

DPD said at this time, since the remains have yet to be identified, Frazier is still considered missing.

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