Man & Woman Found Dead Inside SUV in Grand Bay, Alabama

Man & Woman Found Dead Inside SUV in Grand Bay, Alabama

GRAND BAY, AL – Two people were found dead in an SUV in south Mobile County on Wednesday.

They were identified by the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office as Robert G. Special, 42, and Lisa M. Wilson, 33.

They were discovered deceased in the rear seat of a Ford Expedition, according to Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Lori Myles.

Myles on Wednesday night said there was a large quantity of what appeared to be crystal meth (Ice) between the bodies, and there was paraphernalia in plain view in the console.

Special was reported to the Mobile Police Department as missing on Jan. 18

Officers told FOX10 News earlier Wednesday that a tow truck driver saw a blue SUV in the field off what is described as a rural area on Interchange Drive. Once he got out he saw what appeared to be two dead bodies in the backseat of the car and contacted authorities.

The area where the vehicle was found is near a pond and fairly wooded. Authorities believe the SUV could have been there for a couple of days.

Drug paraphernalia was located inside the vehicle, and officers believe this could be a double overdose.

Autopsies will be performed on both bodies to determine the exact cause of death.

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