Couple charged with murder in case of woman found in Campbell freezer
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Arturo Novoa and Katrina Layton

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- (WKBN) -- Two suspects are now facing murder charges, related to the missing Youngtown woman found dead in a Campbell freezer.

A Mahoning County grand jury indicted Arturo Novoa and Katrina Layton on aggravated murder, murder, tampering with evidence, obstructing official business and abuse of a corpse charges.

Prosecutors say the two hid the body of 28-year-old Shannon Graves in a padlocked freezer, which was moved to a home in Campbell. The Campbell homeowner called police about human remains inside after opening it.

Graves disappeared in February, and her family called police after concerns about her well-being.

Prosecutors said Novoa dated Graves. After Graves’ disappearance, Layton moved into the apartment Graves shared with Novoa, drove her car and used her cell phone, according to prosecutors.

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