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2 women drove dead elderly man’s body to bank to withdraw money, police say

KTIV Sioux City IA

ASHTABULA COUNTY, Ohio (WOIO/Gray News) - Two Ohio women were arrested after telling police they drove a dead man’s body to the bank and then left it at a hospital.

Ashtabula Police Chief Robert Stell says the man was identified as 80-year-old Douglas Layman, of Ashtabula.

Stell says Layman and two women, Loreen Feralo and Karen Casbohm, all lived together.

The women told police they found Layman dead on Monday, March 4.

They put the deceased man in a car, propped him up and drove to the bank to withdraw money from his account.

After visiting the bank, the two women allegedly then dropped his body off at the Ashtabula County Medical Center, without providing any information on him.


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