Report: Newspaper Receives Apparent Fake Obituary For 21-Year-Old Wanted By Police

BEAVER FALLS (KDKA) — A local newspaper received an apparently fake obituary Wednesday for a 21-year-old woman who is wanted by police for theft-related charges.

The Beaver County Times reports that an obituary for 21-year-old Anastasia Kline was submitted to The Times via email Wednesday night. The obituary, which was sent from an email address containing Kline’s full name, claimed she died “unexpectedly” on Tuesday afternoon.

The obituary included Kline’s grandmother’s phone number for contact information, and when The Times reached out, her grandmother said Kline was not dead. The Times also reached out to local coroner’s and medical examiner’s offices and were unable to verify Kline’s death.

According to The Times, Kline is facing charges for forgery, bad checks and theft, and she is wanted by both Chippewa Township and South Strabane police.

Anyone with information on Kline’s whereabouts should contact South Strabane Township police at (724) 225-8111.

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One Comment

  1. David Colton says:

    If she had spent more time in school learning, instead of texting & sexting on her phone, she would KNOW that with today’s computers & media resources…even seasoned criminals know, that trying to fake a death went out about the time she was born.
    We are now raising a generation of morons. Thanks Liberals!

  2. John Smith says:

    Yet another goose-stepping Trump supporter.

    1. John Dole says:

      And you know this how? Oh wait, you don’t. You’re just a whiny liberal who can’t handle losing. Your candidate lost…deal with it. Go find a safe place and crayons, and grow a pair for once.

  3. Rane Pakiz says:

    She’s really hot… can’t we let her go on this one??

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