TOMS RIVER, NJ — A few days after Larry Cohen died at Community Medical Center on April 20, a package arrived in the mail for his sister, Stephanie Hill. In it, Hill found his car keys, his smart phone and its charger, a quarter and a nickel.
There was no sign of her brother’s wallet — an item the Florida woman says she’s certain Cohen would have had with him when he checked into the hospital.
The wallet, however, wasn’t the only item that went missing. In the three weeks since Cohen, 57, died, Hill said, she’s learned her brother had a laptop, a hard drive with sensitive information, a watch and a backpack with him when he drove himself to the emergency room on March 23.
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