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Written by SOT.COM.AL 3 Shkurt 2023
A Chicago woman is accused of keeping her mother's dead body in a freezer for nearly two years while living in a nearby apartment. According to an Associated Press report, 69-year-old Eva Bratcher appeared in court Thursday on charges of concealing the death of her 96-year-old mother and possessing a false identity.
Regina Michalski's body was found earlier this week inside a refrigerator in a garage near the apartment where the two women lived. From the first evidence, the authorities have concluded that the elderly woman died in March 2021, while the cause of death will be determined until the body is thawed.
The charges are "very disturbing," Judge David Kelly said when he set Bratcher's $20,000 bond. At the same time, he rejected the defense lawyer's request for a lower bond so that the 69-year-old woman could be released from prison. However, this is not the first time the 69-year-old has been in trouble with Chicago authorities. She has prior convictions for forgery, and investigators, according to the Chicago Sun-Times, are trying to determine whether the 69-year-old was collecting her mother's Social Security benefits, the Chicago Sun-Times reported.
The terrible case came to light when the 69-year-old's daughter lost contact with her grandmother and asked the police authorities to search the house of the unfortunate woman. “What could go wrong? Everything, of course," said Sabrina Watson. At the same time, neighbors told Fox News Chicago that they hadn't seen the elderly woman in years.