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Photo of Clyde Campbell, arrested in the murder of Dorothy Grubb.The boyfriend of a Dundalk woman found dead Tuesday night along Peninsula Expressway in Precinct 12/North Point has been charged with her murder.

Clyde C. Campbell, 53, of the 1700 block of Manor Road, 21222, was charged Wednesday evening and is held without bail at the Baltimore County Detention Center. (Campbell had been arrested Monday morning in Dundalk on weapons charges unrelated to the Grubb case and has been held at BCDC since then.)

Grubb was reported missing to BCoPD by her daughter Saturday evening; she was last seen Thursday evening. The daughter said she was concerned because of a history of domestic violence between her mother and Campbell.

The investigation shows that Campbell and Grubb argued on the second floor of  their Manor Road home on July 24, and that during this argument witnesses heard a loud noise after which the verbal argument stopped. Witnesses told police that Campbell dragged Grubb's body down the steps and into the back yard, where he put her in a tarp and placed the tarp in the bed of his Ford pickup.

Based on information from witnesses, police searched the area along Peninsula Expressway, about one-quarter mile northwest of Reservoir Road, and late Tuesday night found the tarp containing Grubb's body.

The Office of the State Medical Examiner has ruled the manner of death homicide and the cause of death multiple force injuries. Police and the Medical Examiner have determined that no shots were fired.

The woman's body found last night along Peninsula Expressway in Precinct 12/Northpoint has been identified as Dorothy Iris Grubb, missing since Thursday evening. The investigation into her death continues.

Police have been searching since last weekend for Dorothy Grubb, 60, of the 1700 block of Manor Road in North Point. Grubb was reported missing Saturday evening by her daughter, who expressed concerns for her mother's safety because of a history of domestic violence with Clyde Calvin Campbell, 53. Campbell is Grubb's boyfriend, also of the Manor Road address.

Campbell also was missing over the weekend, but police arrested him Monday morning on Merritt Boulevard on an unrelated weapons charge. He is held at the Baltimore County Detention Center on $250,000 bail.

Police found Grubb's body along Peninsula Expressway, about one mile east of Merritt Boulevard. Because of its poor condition, police expected the identification to take several days, but the identification was made more quickly than expected.

The state Medical Examiner has not yet determined cause and manner of death.

Photo of Dorothy Grubbs, missing from the North Point area.The boyfriend of a North Point woman reported missing Saturday was arrested on Merritt Boulevard this morning on an open warrant for a weapons violation. The woman, Dorothy Iris Grubb, 60, of the 1700 block of Manor Road, 21222, remains missing.

Clyde Campbell, 53, also of the Manor Road address, is in police custody and has not yet appeared before a court commissioner on the weapons violation, which is unrelated to the missing persons case. Police want to talk to Campbell to see if he has information that may help them find Dorothy Grubb.

Campbell's 14-year-old son was with him at the time of the arrest.

Campbell was driving a white Ford F-150 pickup truck when he was arrested.

Grubb's adult daughter called police Saturday at 6:30 p.m. to report that she had not seen her mother since Thursday evening and was concerned for her welfare because of a history of domestic violence with Campbell. The daughter said she had not seen Campbell, either.

Police began a missing persons investigation and on Sunday publicized the case, asking for the public's help in locating Grubb. Police have searched the Manor Road home, looking for information that might help them find Dorothy Grubb. The investigation is active and ongoing. Police consider Grubb a "critical" missing person because of concerns about her safety.

Grubb is a white female, 5'5" tall, 120 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing blue jeans and a T-shirt of unknown color. She has no known medical problems.

Anyone with information about this case should call Baltimore County Police at 410-307-2020.

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