Undertaker accused of tampering with dead man’s sex doll

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A Nebraska funeral director was arrested and immediately fired after being accused of tampering with a dead man’s sex doll.

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According to court documents received through the Lincoln Journal StarOn October 6, Sarpy County Sheriff’s Office deputies were called to a residence in Papillion, near Omaha, after a man died of natural causes.

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The coroner took photos of the scene, the man’s family was notified of his death and Mid America First Call Mortuary Home was contacted to remove the body from a bed and take it to the morgue.

According to court documents, next to the body was a sex doll that was described as a “very real life-size version of an adult woman.” Two Mid America First Call employees commented on the doll before the body was removed from the unit.

Authorities alleged that one of the two workers returned to the building later that day and asked to pick up the sex doll on behalf of police so that it could be swabbed for a “biopsy.”

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The building management refused to let the worker back into the apartment. The police were then called about a strange request from the body transporter after the man threatened to get a search warrant.

“The manager told me that she feared he would return to the complex, break in and steal the doll,” the investigator wrote in the court document.

Although he was denied entry to retrieve the doll, he was already inside the unit with the door locked and his pants disheveled, according to the affidavit.


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Investigators returned to the unit and discovered there was a disturbance at the scene. The doll appeared to have been “altered near her thigh area” and a box was found on the bed next to the doll that was in the closet.

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The court document states, “Something had rubbed her inner thighs” and the doll felt “sticky.” It was taken for DNA analysis.

Ryan Smith, 41, was arrested and charged with burglary, trespassing and tampering with evidence. reports NBC affiliate WOWT in Omaha.

Justin Dalton, the owner of Mid America First Call, said he only became aware of the man’s arrest hours later.

“(He) was not on the clock when the incident occurred, but he was released immediately after his arrest.” Dalton told this Lincoln Journal Star.

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