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02 August 2017, 12:34 | Floyd Cook
Police in Campbell and Youngstown are investigating a body found in a freezer at a Campbell home Saturday night. The friend said yes, and Novoa brought a padlocked freezer to the house. He is charged with abuse of a corpse and is in custody in the Mahoning County Jail.
Layton reportedly moved into Graves' home with Novoa and essentially replaced the victim - driving her vehicle, using her cell phone and food card, even looking after her dog. On Saturday, Eshenbaugh called the police after his wife opened the freezer and discovered human remains kept in "more than one bag" inside the freezer, according to the complaint.
Graves, 28, was added to the Ohio Attorney General's Missing Persons' website earlier this month after concerns about her well-being since she missed her birthday, Easter, and Father's Day. She even became the caretaker of the dead girlfriend's dog.
Youngstown Prosecutor Dana Lantz said Graves' former boyfriend, Novoa, was living in her apartment with Layton who allegedly began driving Graves' vehicle, caring for her dog and using her cell phone.
Police tape, pictured February 26, 2005 in Park City, Kansas, a man was charged with corpse abuse after hiding his girlfriend's body in a freezer. They're awaiting official identification and information on the cause of death. Although she claimed to not have knowledge of the original freezer's relocation to Eshenbaugh's home, the report claims "further investigation revealed that not only did Layton pay for the freezer, but she knew that it was taken to" Eshenbaugh's basement.
The body has been taken to the Cuyahoga County Coroner's Office for forensic examination, WKBN reports.
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