A Lady Puts Her Own Obituary In The Paper To Try To Get Out Of Trouble
A 21-year-old woman named Anastasia Kline from Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania has been wanted on felony theft charges since September for passing $15,000 worth of bad checks to eight different banks.
Well . . . on Wednesday night, the "Beaver County Times" got an email with an obituary for Anastasia. It said she died unexpectedly the day before and a candlelight vigil was going to be held for her.
But there were several problems. One, the paper only accepts obituaries from the coroner's office or funeral homes. Two, it costs money to run an obit, and there was no payment information included.
And three . . . Anastasia had clearly sent it herself, since it was from her own email address that contained her full name.
The paper didn't run the obituary, and we're assuming the cops are now going to bump up their efforts to catch Anastasia.