Police discovered the body of a woman packed in a large container with dry ice in a hotel room as they were serving a search warrant in a cocaine investigation, authorities said. Detectives found the fully clothed and "well preserved" body late Thursday after arresting a guest at the Fairmont Newport Beach for investigation of selling and possessing cocaine on the hotel grounds, police Sgt. Evan Sailor said Friday. When they searched Stephen David Royds' room, they found the body inside a Rubbermaid container filled with dry ice, he said. "It's definitely weird," Sailor said. An autopsy of the body was "inconclusive" because there was no sign of trauma, and her death did not appear to be a homicide, said Dan Akin, an Orange County supervising deputy coroner.