The bumbling bandits who put their friend's corpse in an office chair and wheeled it to the local check cashing in hope of cashing his social security check have been freed. The pair, James P. O Hare and David Daloia, were busted when the said corpse aroused suspicion and an off duty officer noticed a crowd gathering around the body. Autopsy results show that the dead man, Virgilio Cintron, had died from complications of Parkinson's, but could not determine the time of death. For that reason, charges have been dismissed, and so ends one strange New York tale. I'm sure Pay-O-Matic check cashing and the Hell's Kitchen community have appreciated all of the free publicity.
Charges Dropped In Dead Pal Check Cashing Scheme (NY Daily News)