Two people in OH were arrested after a body of a woman was discovered inside a freezer of a home in the town of Campbell on Saturday (29 July).
WFMJ reports that Arturo Novoa, 31, and Katrina Layton, 34, were taken into custody over the weekend. Both face charges of abuse of a corpse; Layton faces an additional charge of obstruction of justice.
The body was found in a home in Campbell on Saturday, but police believe it had been moved from Youngstown.
Authorities say they are now investigating whether the body may have belonged to Shannon Graves, a 28-year-old Youngstown woman who vanished in early February of this year.
In mid-July, Novoa allegedly said his electricity was out and he needed to store a freezer in the basement of a friend's home in Campbell.
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A prosecutor said today during the arraignment for a couple accused of keeping the body of a woman in a freezer that the woman facing charges actually took on the life of the suspected victim.
Despite all of this, Graves' family members say they refuse to give up hope for their missing loved one.
Graves was Novoa's girlfriend, said City Prosecutor Dana Lantz.
"Shannon's friends called her Starr and described her as having a heart of gold, an angel on earth, supportive, outgoing, thoughtful and fun", her sister told WFMJ.
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