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When Robert Jeffrey Young, 43, and Mark Rubinson, 25, discovered their friend’s dead body, they decided to put off on calling the police until after they had a little fun. Jeffrey Jarrett was in the vehicle while Young and Robinson went and got some dinner, then continued onto a strip club and withdrew $400 from Jarrett’s account. Reporting the man’s death came after they had a free night of spending his money.
The men, who are now free on bond, have been charged with abusing a corpse, identity theft and criminal impersonation.
It’s unclear how Mr Jarrett died, but the men have not been charged with his death.
Tammy Lee Hinton, 50, was arrested on the day she said ‘I DO’ for identity theft. Authorities in Port Richey had been searching for Hinton and finally apprehended her when she returned to Michigan for her own wedding. Lucky for her, they let Hinton and the groom proceed with the ceremony before taking her into custody. Personally, I would have called the wedding off, but I’m not too shocked that the man choosing to marry her went through with it.
“Hinton was booked Saturday at the Jackson County jail, veil, gown and all. Hinton appeared hours later before a judge who let her post $5,000 bail so she could return to the wedding festivities.”
I am in awe that someone with such an extensive criminal history as well as being known to flee had such a low bail just so she could return to her festivities. It’s good to know that justice has been executed. Oh, and here’s the kicker…
Update: “Hinton was a no-show for Monday’s arraignment, he said. Officers are once again looking for her.”