An Arkansas paramedic is accused of cutting a diamond ring off a dead woman’s finger, then bringing it to a pawn shop.
Lisa Darlene Glaze was arrested Monday, weeks after the family of Gloria Robinson realized the woman’s nearly $8,000 ring was no longer on her finger when she was pronounced dead Oct. 16 at CHI St. Vincent Hot Spring hospital, according to the Sentinel Record. Robinson had been rushed to the hospital on account of an undisclosed medical emergency that proved fatal.
Glaze’s widow and daughter noticed the three rings Robinson was wearing at home were missing once they were given the dead woman’s personal effects at the infirmary. When Robinson’s daughter asked Glaze about the missing rings, the EMT “did not answer her and walked away,” according to the report.