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Minnesota Woman Accused of Helping Hide Freezer Body

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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – A Duluth woman is accused of helping a friend dispose of her boyfriend’s body in a freezer in the western Twin Cities.

Hennepin County prosecutors have charged 30-year-old Talisha Hunt with one felony count of being an accomplice after the fact.

The complaint alleges that Hunt helped 29-year-old Jetaun Wheeler of Shorewood hide the body of Wheeler’s live-in boyfriend.

According to the complaint, Hunt arrived by bus on Aug. 1 and was staying with Wheeler. She allegedly was present when Wheeler beat her boyfriend, Eddie Sole, with a wooden pole.

Video from a Sears store shows Hunt and Wheeler buying a chest freezer on Aug. 5. Police later found Sole’s body in the freezer.

Hunt is in jail. She is expected to make her first court appearance Monday.

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