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Woman whose body was found in freezer died of natural causes

RAPID CITY (AP) -- Authorities have determined that an elderly Arkansas woman whose body was found in a freezer in South Dakota died of natural causes.

RAPID CITY (AP) - Authorities have determined that an elderly Arkansas woman whose body was found in a freezer in South Dakota died of natural causes.

The body of Adele Zebrowski was found March 10 in a Rapid City home in a freezer brought to the city by her son, Stewart Zebrowski, when he moved there in 2013. He has since died.

Authorities are investigating whether Stewart Zebrowski kept the body hidden so he could collect his mother's Social Security checks.

Adele Zebrowski is believed to have lived in Fayetteville, Arkansas.

Stewart Zebrowski also went by the last name Zebrosky.

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