In 2018, the house was foreclosed and Black moved out, while Black Jr. was in jail for indecent assault of a substantially impaired person in a February 2018 incident, according to the Inquirer.
In February 2019, two women went to look at the Dillsburg house, which was then owned by the mortgage company Fannie Mae. Police say the women found a freezer in a small building near the house. When they peeked inside, they found skeletal remains wrapped in a black garbage bag.
Police did not release a cause of Delahey's death, but said it was not suspicious.
Black was arrested and charged Wednesday for theft by unlawful taking, receiving stolen property, and abuse of a corpse.