'Weekend In Ohio': Two Women Charged With "Gross Abuse Of A Corpse" After Driving Dead Man To Bank To Make Withdrawal

The plot to 'Weekend at Bernie's' playout this past week in Ohio when two women reportedly "propped up a dead man in their car to withdraw hundreds of dollars from his bank account", according to a report from the NY Post and the Star Beacon

When they were done with the dead man, they dropped his corpse off at a local hospital, the report says. 

Ashtabula Police Chief Robert Stell told the Star Beacon: “Before dropping him off they went through a bank drive-thru with him propped up in the passenger seat so that the teller could see him. ... They tried to withdraw money from his account. The bank had allowed this previously as long as they were accompanied by him.”

The women managed to withdraw "about $900", according to the Post. 

When the women brought the dead man, 80 year old Douglas Layman to the emergency room, the medical staff were initially unaware of his identity.

However, authorities later managed to track down Loreen Bea Feralo, 55, and Karen Casbohm, 63, who dropped the body off and were able to identify him. They reported that he had passed away at his residence in Ashtabula, as per the police records.

Feralo was "convicted of reckless assault, possession of drug paraphernalia, criminal trespass, driving under the influence, theft and attempted possession of drugs," the NY Post wrote. The women were also charged with theft and gross abuse of a corpse, the report says. 

Ashtabula Prosecuting Attorney Cecilia Cooper commented: “We filed charges against two women. Karen Casbohm and Loreen Bea Feralo were charged with gross abuse of a corpse and theft.”

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