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A Minnesota man said he was dumping his grandma’s valuables in Lake Superior. Police say it was actually a body.

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West first claimed that he was disposing of his grandmother’s valuables, authorities said, before changing his story to say he was tossing a dog’s remains. Authorities now allege it was actually the dismembered body of Richard Anthony Balsimo, 34, of Saint Paul, who had gone missing on June 20. West, a 41-year-old from Duluth, Minn., has been charged with being an accomplice “after the fact” to murder and “interference with a dead body” for allegedly helping to dispose of Balsimo’s remains.

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