ONTARIO, Calif. — Police say a dead body has been found inside a refrigerator on a street in an industrial area of Southern California. Ontario Police Sgt. Jeff Higbee says officers were called to the scene around 6 a.m. Tuesday. Officials say the man’s body was discovered inside a fridge on a block lined with...
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