Son finds missing fathers remains in crate inside house


Missing Person Ohio

Howard L. Eubank went missing from Coventry Township in June 2017.  Howard worked for Warren Pump and Supply Co. in Akron.    His family and friends thought he had gone to Texas because his wife had given him an ultimatum to quit drinking.  Howard had several DUI’s, reports the Beacon.  Although he was out-of-town for periods of time because of his job, he always returned.  His wife’s explanation and several text messages from his cell phone was all that his son, family and coworkers had as Howard never said goodbye to anyone.

 

It wasn’t until Saturday, when Howard’s 23-year-old son locked himself out of the house located on 3301 Linda Drive in Coventry Township, Ohio that he shared with his parents, that what really happened to Howard was revealed.  On December 9, 2017, after Howard locked himself out of the house he climbed up to a first floor window to let himself in.  That is where he found a crate covered in maggots and flies.  He texted his mother, Marcia and she told him that they were Howard’s dismembered remains and she had killed him.

Howard called the police and stated, ” I just found out my mom killed my dad.” He also says his mothers confessed to the crime in a text message she sent to him saying, “she killed him and his body is throughout the house.”

Marcia Eubank, 49, was  found at a nearby Walmart and was arrested and accused of killing and dismembering her husband.  Investigators determined Howard Eubank was killed June 13 in his home in a “domestic-related incident,” according to the sheriff’s office. She appeared in court on Monday and she confessed to killing her husband and dismembering his body, according to court records.

Bond for Marcia Y. Eubank, 49, was set at $1 million. A judge also ordered Marcia Eubank to undergo a mental evaluation.

 

 

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