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(VIDEO) 2011: DENVER MEN DRINK & PARTY WITH DEAD FRIEND IN CAR; ARRESTED FOR CORPSE ABUSE

16 Sep

With friends like this, who needs enemies.  It was reported today that two Denver men face corpse abuse and identity theft charges for allegedly bar hopping with their dead friend in the car.

Robert Jeffrey Young, 43, and Mark Rubinson, 25, allegedly went to visit their friend Jeffrey Jarrett.  When they realized he had died in his home, they allegedly still loaded his corpse into their car and then went to Teddy T’s bar and grill and Sam’s No. 3.  They continued on a party excursion, leaving friend Jarrett in Rubinson’s Lincoln Navigator.

The worst part about the story is that they not only allegedly drove around with their dead friend for hours, they used his bank card to pay for their drinks and night on the town.  After getting wasted on their friends tab, they returned his body to his home and went out for a meal.  To add insult to injury they then went and withdrew $400 more from his ATM card and headed to a strip club.

Finally after a wild night out, they informed police of his death and were quickly arrested.  They are now wishing they would have skipped the bar and wild night out because they are in hot water.  It has been said, “be careful who you befriend” and this is a classic story of why you should.

This insane event is being compared to the 1989 movie “Weekend at Bernies” where two men lug around their employer’s body, making people think he is alive.  But no-one is laughing this time either.

Have people lost their minds?

 
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Posted by on September 16, 2011 in HEADLINE NEWS

 

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3 responses to “(VIDEO) 2011: DENVER MEN DRINK & PARTY WITH DEAD FRIEND IN CAR; ARRESTED FOR CORPSE ABUSE

  1. Justin Blow

    December 7, 2011 at 6:32 pm

    Anyone consider that maybe this guy would have wanted that? If my buddies find me dead, I would be honored that they took me on one last party night. Oh yeah, and he’ll yeah I want to pay for it. It’s as good a way to be sent off as any other, and in my opinion sounds great. Don’t rush to judge these guys without knowing how the decedent would have felt.

     

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