Saturday, September 17, 2011

Two Men Accused Of Taking Dead Friend Out For "Night On The Town"

Jeffrey Jarrett died last month. His friends, Robert Young and Mark Rubinson, knew. So, in a stroke of incredibly creepy stupidity, they threw Jarrett into a car and went bar hopping. First, they stopped at a bar in Denver, had a few drinks, then went to another one in Aurora. They then dropped Jarrett off at his home, went to another bar called Shotgun Willie’s in Glendale, and finally stole $400 from the dead man's bank account.

Understandably, Jarrett's family was devastated.
More from CBS:
“Taking a deceased person in a car, I mean, it just seems totally wrong,” said Jarrett’s family member.

Rubinson and Young face charges of abusing a corpse, identity theft and criminal impersonation. A relative said Young was living with Jarrett and came home on Aug. 27 to find him dead, but didn’t call for help.

“I’m horrified, I’m absolutely, I can’t even put in to words, I can’t imagine anybody thinking that maybe their friend is in trouble and not calling 911,” said Jarrett’s family member.

Family members still don’t know what caused Jarrett’s death but they say the circumstances surrounding it are still hard to believe.

“It’s terrible, it’s just something that we’re really having trouble coming to terms with,” said Jarrett’s family member.
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