Ex-Funeral Director Charged With Corpse Abuse For Garage Fetuses
POSTED: 3:47 pm EDT October 19, 2005
UPDATED: 5:21 pm EDT October 19, 2005
PITTSBURGH -- A former McKeesport funeral director is now charged with abuse of a corpse in connection with the remains of 19 fetuses found in the garage of his former home in August.
Jim Ecker, the attorney for 61-year-old Robert Winston, says his client is innocent of those charges and of an additional charge of theft by deception. Allegheny County police say Winston had a contract with Magee-Womens Hospital to arrange to have more than 300 fetuses found in his former garage cremated.
The fetuses ranged from 14 weeks to full-term, and resulted from abortions, miscarriages and stillbirths.
Instead, police say Winston told them he was having financial trouble. Police believe he took the hospital's money but kept the fetuses.
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Winston's ex-wife called police in August to report the possibility that the fetuses were stored in the garage.
Winston is free on bond pending a preliminary hearing on Nov. 7.
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