A man in Ypsilanti called BWB Transportation last Saturday for a ride to the 2700 block of Golf Side Drive. But what he was bringing along for the ride made the female cab driver get suspicious. When the customer came out he was carrying something wrapped in a sheet he placed in the back of the vehicle.
What he was carrying was in fact the body of 21 year old Mira Dressel, who police and her family say they suspect she died due to a drug overdose.
Once the driver realized something was going on, she decided to call her boss, Derrick Campbell. He showed up to the Golf Side address. Police say Campbell, the owner of BWB transportation, had a conversation with the customer but instead of intervening, he found out it was the body of a young woman and then helped the customer dump the body under a bush.
That driver seen what was happening and immediately called 911. The cab driver is not going to be in any type of legal trouble, but the customer and owner of BWB Transportation will both be doing some time. Campbell is still in jail after he was charged for conspiring and concealing the death of a person. Police believe the customer and the owner of BWB had some sort of acquaintanceship with each other. The customer who initially called for the cab is waiting to be charged.
The transportation company, which assures their customers affordable transportation anywhere they need to travel, is based at a Ypsilanti apartment complex on Washtenaw.