In KCK, a company that disposes of medical waste -- which sounds like the best job in the world -- received six human heads and six plastic tubs full of torsos, legs and other body parts. Joe Lambe reports the coroner has taken custody of the body parts, but police aren't treating it as a crime. Snip:
But the coroner, Alan Hancock, is not pleased. Authorities say, however, that it is unclear whether any laws have been broken.
“They were sent though the mail,” Hancock said. “It seems like a crime to me.”