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Police arrest four, including daughter of deceased, in Colebrook grave disturbance
On May 12, police went to the cemetery and found someone smashed the lid, removed the coffin and disturbed Nash’s body, Cass said Tuesday, allegedly while looking for a will that would benefit his youngest daughter, Melanie Nash.
Earlier on June 10, police arrested Michael Day, 37, of Columbia, and Ginette B. Dowse, 71, of Beecher Falls, and charged Day with interference with a cemetery and criminal mischief, while Dowse was charged with conspiracy to commit interference with a cemetery for allegedly transporting Day and another person to Colebrook Village Cemetery.
On June 13, David Grey, 53, formerly of Colebrook, was arrested on a charge of interfering with a cemetery. He was released after posting a $2,500 cash bond and will be arraigned on July 31.
“Everybody knew Eddie. He was definitely part of the community for sure,” said Cass, adding that what happened at Colebrook Village Cemetery was terrible because, “it’s a small community and everybody has a family member in it.”
Based on his department’s investigation, Cass believes that “It all came down to the fact that there was a definite misunderstanding of how things work in regards to estates.”
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