Ohioan accused of using dead woman's debit card

DAYTON, Ohio (AP) — A southwest Ohio woman has been indicted on charges alleging she used a debit card that had been reported stolen from a woman whose body was found last week.

Montgomery County's prosecutor says 29-year-old Tonisha Harris of Dayton was indicted Tuesday on charges of receiving stolen property, theft by deception and misuse of a credit card. The prosecutor says Harris was captured on video using Nichelle McKnight's card.

Court records list no attorney for Harris.

Police say McKnight and her 4-year-old son went missing in March. McKnight's body was found Friday near a river in suburban Dayton. Police say the boy hasn't been found and is presumed dead.

Police wanted to question McKnight's boyfriend about the disappearances, but he fatally shot himself last week in a confrontation with police.

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