Richmond, Ind. -- Indiana police Sunday pondered how to charge a woman who staged a funeral for her daughter, who is not dead.
"It is just such a bizarre case, we have been talking, trying to figure out what the most applicable charge will be," Sgt. Jon Bales of the Richmond, Ind., police told the Richmond Palladium-Times.
"It will probably be attempted theft since she didn't actually get any money. We looked at the fraud statutes, but most of them involve insurance or credit cards."
Pastor Ron Chappell of New Life Ministries Church of the Nazarene, said he accepted Angela Boyd's request for a service for her daughter, who she claimed had been raped and killed by her father in Iowa.