Conroe woman facing felony charges after allegedly flushing landlord's mother's remains down toilet

Houston Chronicle | 7/2/2019 | Rebecca Hennes
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Clarissa Bahamonde was arrested June 25 and charged with abuse of a corpse without legal authority and fraudulent possession of items of identifying information.

A Conroe woman is facing state jail felony charges after she was arrested for allegedly flushing the remains of her landlord's late mother down the toilet.

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Clarissa Bahamonde was arrested June 25 and charged with abuse of a corpse without legal authority. Court records show Bahamonde was reportedly renting out a bedroom in the victim's home, Joe Castleschouldt, at the time of the incident.

Castleschouldt was attempting to evict Bahamonde when she allegedly retaliated by repeatedly damaging and taking personal belongings from various parts of Castleshcouldt's home over a period of a few weeks, according to court records.

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Bahamonde allegedly stole Castleshcouldt's mother's remains that were stored in a black urn in his bedroom and threatened to flush the remains down the toilet over the course of May 11-12, court records state.

Court records show Bahamonde told Castleshcouldt eventually admitted she flushed the remains down the toilet.

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Castleshcouldt reportedly found a wet, nearly empty bag with a grey ashy substance inside it hidden behind Bahamonde's dresser before finding the same substance in a toilet bowl around the water...
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