The Greenville County Sheriff's Office said they have charged two men in connection with human remains found at a home last week.

Deputies recovered the remains in an investigation into the disappearance of Stacy Davidson Carmack, who was last seen on Oakvale Drive between May 28 and 29.

According to the sheriff's office, deputies were originally called to Oakvale Drive after it was reported Carmack had potentially overdosed. Deputies said a car belonging to Carmack was involved in a pursuit in Laurens County.

The Laurens County Sheriff's Office said they attempted to initiate a traffic stop at the intersection of Chapman Road and South Main Street in Fountain Inn. The chase eventually ended due to unsafe conditions.

The car was later located in Greenville County.

Laurens County deputies identified the driver of the car as Broadus Lamar Christie. The passengers were identified as Benjamin Harris Pressley and Sandra Michelle Barringer.

According to deputies, when the suspects were asked where the car was obtained from, they said two men asked for their help with a female that was sitting in the car unconscious. They said the woman was removed from the car and taken inside a residence, deputies stated. The suspects said the woman became aggressive and passed out, per an incident report. Deputies said the suspects then placed the woman in a bathtub and put ice around her.

The incident report stated that the suspects told deputies she had taken half a gram of heroin.

According to the incident report, when the suspects took the car from the residence and asked about the woman, they received "yellow caution tape" as a response.

The Laurens County Sheriff's Office said Christie was arrested and charged with failure to stop for blue lights, reckless driving and driving under suspension. Both Pressley and Barringer were arrested on outstanding warrants out of Laurens County, deputies said. The sheriff's office said Pressley also had outstanding warrants out of Greenville County.

Greenville County deputies said they responded to Oakvale Drive and could not find any sign Carmack.

Investigators with the Greenville County Violent Crimes Unit said they have reason to think foul play is involved in her disappearance. Carmack is a resident of Anderson County, but she was last seen in Greenville County so the case is under Greenville County deputies' jurisdiction.

On Friday, the Greenville County Coroner's Office was called to a home on Oakvale Drive in relation to the case. The coroner said human remains were discovered at the address.

The Greenville County Sheriff's Office also said forensic evidence was being collected at the home.

The Greenville County Coroner's Office confirmed the remains belong to 45-year-old Stacy Carmack, however her cause and manner of death are still pending investigation.

Deputies announced Monday that 60-year-old Charles Alexander Dogan was charged in connection with the case. Dogan is accused of burning Carmack's body at the home he shares with his brother, Tony Nolan Dogan.

According to arrest warrants, Charles Dogan is accused of also lying and providing misleading statements to investigators. The warrant states the remains were moved from the home to an unknown location to conceal the death.

Charles Dogan is charged with desecration of human remains, criminal conspiracy and obstruction of justice. He has been taken into custody at the Greenville County Detention Center.

Tony Dogan has been charged with criminal conspiracy and obstruction. He was arrested later on Monday. At a hearing Monday night, Tony Dogan's bond was set at $15,000 for the charges. Dogan will be under house arrest and have a GPS ankle monitor as a condition of his bond.

The death remains under investigation and the human remains are being examined by the medical examiner.

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