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CrimeMan who admitted to burying body behind Orange County home arrested

20:20  07 june  2019
20:20  07 june  2019 Source:   wesh.com

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Man who admitted to burying body behind Orange County home arrested© Provided by Hearst Television, Inc. body in yard

A man who admitted during an interview with WESH 2 News that he had buried his friend in his backyard has been arrested by the Orange County Sheriff’s Office.

Greg Palermo, 50, and Donald Morrison, 59, are facing charges of tampering with physical evidence, mishandling dead human remains, and failure to report a death for their involvement in the death of Brandon Boone in April.

Palermo said he admitted to law enforcement that there was a body in his yard when they turned up at his house to search it for drugs.

Palermo explained to WESH 2 News reporter Michelle Meredith that he “made a bad decision” when he buried the body behind his house.

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At the time, Palermo said that Boone had died of a drug overdose.

“He jokingly said that morning while we were fishing that he wouldn’t mind being buried in my backyard because it’s so pretty," Palermo said.

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