When Henry returned to his Nissan Rogue, he appeared to fall asleep or become unconscious, police told the station.
Investigators told WREG that a few people were able to revive Henry, but he lost consciousness again — and that's when Travis Brown, 38, got out of a white sedan.
Brown was caught on camera pulling Henry out of his SUV, putting his "lifeless body" on the pavement, and then backing up over the victim's legs and pelvis, investigators added to the station.
Henry was pronounced dead at a hospital, WREG said.
What happened next?
Police said Brown and another man — Myshau Jordan — were spotted in the stolen Nissan Rogue a day later and taken into custody after a foot chase, the station reported.
Myshau told detectives he was in the white sedan with Brown and saw him run over Henry’s legs, WREG reported.
Brown was charged with aggravated robbery, property theft, and evading arrest, the station said, adding that he's being held on a $100,000 bond. Jail records indicate his next court date is Dec. 14.
Jordan was booked into the Shelby County Jail on unrelated active drug warrants, WREG noted.
Investigators aren't sure if Henry ingested or inhaled drugs before arriving at the gas station, WREG reported, adding that officials are still waiting for the Shelby County Medical Examiner’s Office to release his cause of death.