A man in northwestern Georgia, USAkilled his reunited grandmother in a freezer while she was still alive, police said.
county police Floyd discovered the body of Doris Cummin82, on Thursday night at the house in Armuchee in which she lived with her grandson Robert Keith Tincher III29 years old.
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tincher He was charged with murder, aggravated assault and concealing the death of another person. He is jailed in Rome and it is unknown if he has an attorney to represent him.
Police said Cumming’s family thought she had moved out of state.but became concerned after not hearing from her and reported that she might be missing.
The police believe that Cumming was injured in a fall in December and that instead of getting her medical attention, Tincher dragged her around the house. The indictment states that Tincher “heard and saw many bones break”. Next wrapped it in plastic bags and put it in a large freezer. The charges added that tincher “He admitted that the elderly woman’s back was fractured by putting her in the freezer. According to the charges, “there was no altercation or provocation” before the acts.
“From what we have determined, then he thought she was still breathing and had some movement when he put her in the freezer.”Floyd County Detective Brittany Werner told WAGA-TV.
TIncher continued to live in the house with the body in the freezer for months, but moved it to a storage unit in March, fearing Cumming’s body would be discovered.
Werner explained that tincher He told the police that he did not call the 911 emergency number because he was wanted for threats of violence that he made in 2018 towards his wife.
Tincher stressed to detectives that he loved his grandmother.
“He said that she was the only family member who gave him the courtesy, love and attention that he needed,” Werner said.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation is conducting the autopsy to determine the cause and time of death.