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Domonique Smith Broke Raped a Corpse has Pleaded Guilty

Domonique Smith who broke into a funeral home and raped a corpse has pleaded guilty in Muscogee Superior Court.  Prosecutors say Domonique Smith broke into what was then Hill Watson Peoples Funeral Service on Hamilton Road back in 2015 and had sex with a female corpse.  

Prosecutors say Smith, then 26, left DNA and was caught on camera committing the act.  The Columbus Ledger-Enquirer reported cameras also captured the suspect taking underwear from the body and putting it in a backpack.

Smith, who was homeless, was charged in February 2015 with having sex with a dead woman while he was inside the funeral home.  Tuesday, a judge sentenced Smith to 20 years in prison with 15 to serve.

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