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Weekend at Bernie Doesn't Work in Real Life

Started by sprite75, July 10, 2024, 11:52:41 AM

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sprite75

A couple of women found that out the hard way

QuoteTwo Ohio ghouls have pleaded guilty to propping up the corpse of an 80-year-old man in a vehicle so they could withdraw money from the decedent's account at a U.S. Bank drive-thru window.

In a court appearance last week, Karen Casbohm, 63, and Loreen Bea Feralo, 56, each copped to a pair of criminal charges: gross abuse of a corpse, a felony, and misdemeanor theft.

Both women have been in custody since their March arrest for mishandling the lifeless body of Douglas Layman, with whom they shared a home Layman owned in Ashtabula, a city about 50 miles from Cleveland. Casbohm was Layman's girlfriend for the past few years.

A judge sentenced Casbohm to 12 months in jail on the felony rap and five months in custody on the lesser count (with both sentences to run concurrently). Casbohm's rap sheet includes prior convictions for theft; soliciting; criminal trespass; receiving stolen property; possession of drug paraphernalia; and attempted drug abuse.
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Trevor

Quote from: sprite75 on July 10, 2024, 11:52:41 AMA couple of women found that out the hard way

QuoteTwo Ohio ghouls have pleaded guilty to propping up the corpse of an 80-year-old man in a vehicle so they could withdraw money from the decedent's account at a U.S. Bank drive-thru window.

In a court appearance last week, Karen Casbohm, 63, and Loreen Bea Feralo, 56, each copped to a pair of criminal charges: gross abuse of a corpse, a felony, and misdemeanor theft.

Both women have been in custody since their March arrest for mishandling the lifeless body of Douglas Layman, with whom they shared a home Layman owned in Ashtabula, a city about 50 miles from Cleveland. Casbohm was Layman's girlfriend for the past few years.

A judge sentenced Casbohm to 12 months in jail on the felony rap and five months in custody on the lesser count (with both sentences to run concurrently). Casbohm's rap sheet includes prior convictions for theft; soliciting; criminal trespass; receiving stolen property; possession of drug paraphernalia; and attempted drug abuse.

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chainsaw midget

I heard of a similar case recently except the crook was even dumber.  He actually took the dead body INTO the bank to do the withdrawl.  No Idea how he thought that was going to work.

Trevor

There was a case like this in South Africa where relatives of a deceased person took his embalmed remains to an insurance company who wouldn't pay out the money owed.

Needless to say, money was paid very quickly. 😳😳
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chainsaw midget

Quote from: Trevor on July 20, 2024, 11:53:02 AMThere was a case like this in South Africa where relatives of a deceased person took his embalmed remains to an insurance company who wouldn't pay out the money owed.

Needless to say, money was paid very quickly. 😳😳
I think I heard about that one.  Something about the bank insisting that the deceased person had to be there for something and apparently wouldn't belive he was actually dead.

zombie no.one

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Rev. Powell

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zombie no.one

'reasonable abuse of a corpse'. a lesser charge
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