(Memphis) A second arrest has been made in the case of bodies stacked at a Bartlett Cemetery.
Prosecutors charged Corey Taylor last night for allegedly helping Jemar Lambert hide the crime going on in the cemetery.
Investigators tells us Taylor admitted to knowing which graves in the cemetery held multiple bodies, and that he was also around when Lambert used backhoes to crush caskets.
The cemetery owner is facing class-action lawsuits and criminal charges for burying up to four bodies in grave sites and even burying bodies on a neighbor's land.
Taylor now also faces theft and abuse of a corpse charges for his alleged role in the crimes.
He was released Saturday night on a $5,000 bond.