A mummified body was found in January at Econo Self Storage on James Court in Lexington. The body was that of a Texas man who died in 1990. His daughter was sentenced last week to 10 years in prison for illegally receiving $245,000 in Social Security benefits after her father's death.
A mummified body was found in January at Econo Self Storage on James Court in Lexington. The body was that of a Texas man who died in 1990. His daughter was sentenced last week to 10 years in prison for illegally receiving $245,000 in Social Security benefits after her father's death. Herald-Leader
A mummified body was found in January at Econo Self Storage on James Court in Lexington. The body was that of a Texas man who died in 1990. His daughter was sentenced last week to 10 years in prison for illegally receiving $245,000 in Social Security benefits after her father's death. Herald-Leader

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