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Man broke into a funeral home so he could make love to dead bodies

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By Nigel Boys

Domonique Smith, 26, was arrested on Feb. 9 after he allegedly entered the Hill Watson Peoples Funeral Service on Hamilton Road in Columbus, Georgia between the hours of 7 p.m. on Sunday and 7 a.m. Monday.

The homeless man was apprehended at a vacant home where police found the bicycle that he had stolen from the funeral home and other stolen goods, including TVs and guns, Police Captain Gordon Griswould told the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer.

Griswould mentioned that video evidence had captured Smith inside the funeral home on Sunday night, and he readily admitted that fact when he was arrested. Smith received a 30-day jail sentence on that charge and remanded in custody to appear in Recorder’s Court on Wednesday to face the charges of burglary.

Smith was charged with one count each of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, burglary of the funeral home and theft by receiving stolen property. He pleaded guilty to all charges against him and was ordered to be detained on a bond of $20,000 until his appearance in Superior Court by Judge Michael Cielinski.
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However, after further investigation, it came to light that a female corpse in the funeral home had been “disturbed” during the burglary, according to Police Maj. Gil Slouchick. He added “The results of our investigation and the forensic examination gave us probable cause to believe that this individual had indeed s*xually assaulted a dead body.”

The Columbus Police would not further elaborate on what type of inappropriate act Smith had allegedly performed on the deceased woman’s body, but they did said that her family had been informed of the charges laid against him and the ongoing police investigation.
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Smith was charged with necrophilia while he was in custody in the Muscogee County Jail on Thursday. If convicted, he could serve between 1 and 10 years behind bars.

Although Griswould said that it appears that Smith was involved in an improper act with the woman’s body, Cedric Hill, the funeral director of Hill Watson, said that customers had no need to worry about the treatment of their deceased relatives. He added “We look for the best protection and security for the families we have served in this community for 65 years.”
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Smith is expected to appear in court to answer to the charge of necrophilia on Monday, but it is not yet unclear if he has an attorney.