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Tuesday, 19 July 2016

Woman Who Spent $430,000 On Home Is Shocked To Find The Body Of Previous Owner's Murdered Boyfriend Inside

A woman who shelled out nearly half a million dollars for a home got the shock of a lifetime when she found a dead body in her brand new residence.
The unidentified buyer spent $430,000 on June 22 for a house in Simi Valley, California, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Eager to move in, the buyer began moving in on Sunday only to discover the body of Salvatore Orefice, 84, covered in a bed.
Investigators are unsure how long the body of Orefice had been in the home, but the discovery led police to Mary Karacas, Orefice's 75-year-old girlfriend.
Simi Valley police Commander Roy Jones called Karacas and asked her to meet police at the home.
There she told officers she and Orefice had gotten into an altercationn and at some point during the fight she shot him, the LA Times reported.
She was arrested by police on suspicion of murder, according to authorities.
After Orefice and Karacas sold the home, they were given 30 days to leave the premises.
The 1,389-square-foot single family home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms and was built in 1977.
It is believed the couple bought the home in June 2007 for $520,000.

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