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Missing California Man Found in Storage Unit Freezer

Missing SoCal Man Found in Storage Unit Freezer
Police believe the victim was killed in early 2011

By Samantha Tata

Wednesday, August 7, 2013
Updated 4:23 PM

Jeffrey Korber disappeared in 2011. Two years later, his body was found in a storage unit freezer in Ventura, police in the city said August 7, 2013.

More than two years after he disappeared, the body of a Southern California man has been found in a storage unit freezer in Ventura, police said.

The frozen body was identified as that of Jeffrey Korber, whose family in Laguna Beach reported him missing in July, 2011, after not hearing from him for months, according to the Ventura County Police Department.

Korber’s death has been ruled a homicide. Because it is unknown exactly when he died, Korber was 57 or 58 years old when he was killed.

An initial investigation into Korber’s disappearance showed no signs of foul play, and the Laguna Beach Police Department closed the case early last year, Cmdr. Darin Schindler said in a news release Wednesday.

But a break came when homicide investigators learned that Korber was dating and living with Mary “Francesca” Hannan, 66, in Ventura at the time of his death, Schindler said.

A search warrant of Hannan’s home ended in the arrest of her son, Michael Bresnak, 49, of Ventura, Schindler said.

Investigators believe Bresnak killed Korber at his mother’s home and, with the help of Hannan, stored the victim’s body in a storage unit freezer at Ventura Mini Storage, Schindler said.

The storage facility's manager said Bresnak rented the unit about a year ago and visited daily. The property is under 24-hour surveillance and that evidence has been turned over to police, Michelle Nickerson said.

Bresnak is being held at the Ventura County Jail on a parole violation. Hannan has yet to be arrested or charged in the case.

"We don't have any information that the mother was involved in the killing, but we do believe that, after the fact, she was involved in her helping her son hide the body for the last couple of years," Schindler said.

Anyone with information about the case is asked to call the Ventura Police Department Major Crimes Division at 805-339-4441.

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Re: Missing California Man Found in Storage Unit Freezer

This is clearly a frame-up job courtesy of one Richard Leonard Kuklinski.

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This is clearly a frame-up job courtesy of one Richard Leonard Kuklinski.

Wasn't Kuklinski already dead?

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That's what he'd like you to think.

But evil never dies.

Is Dee Snyder really your granpappy?

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That's what he'd like you to think.

But evil never dies.

Is Dee Snyder really your granpappy?

Hey, if you find Kuklinski's Autopsy Report, #1KuklinskiFan, another member of DR, and I would like to see it. There is a question as to whether or not he was poisoned.

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No. I mean it affectionately. Dee is only about two years older than I, but, oldest son, Jesse, has two children.

Dee's an acquaintance and I've called him that and Mr. Snider to his face. My nieces called him Uncle Dee. Very nice man! A.J. Pero is also a grandfather.

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#1KuklinskiFan just posted on one of my threads. And thanks for the welcome, ma'am.

All I heard about his autopsy was in a general article that stated no signs of poison were found (IIRC). I do know he was set to testify against Gravano and his death left the prosecution without an effective case, and that made him very paranoid following his hospitalization.

Interestingly enough, Kuklinski -- a man who was just a shade lighter than Death Itself -- instructed the doctors to resuscitate him in the event that he flat-lined. You'd think he would have been more than ready to go after the life he had led. His wife had already signed a DNR order, though, and stuck to it when the doctors asked her if she wanted to rescind it. Kind of poetic that the woman whom Kuklinski had abused for so long had such a pivotal role in his passing.

He was a cold, cold guy, and the original airing of his first interview on HBO made me thankful that I have nothing to do with the mob. Great story about how he earned DeMeo's respect, though. Whatever. I'm sure you know all this by now.

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#1KuklinskiFan just posted on one of my threads. And thanks for the welcome, ma'am.

All I heard about his autopsy was in a general article that stated no signs of poison were found (IIRC). I do know he was set to testify against Gravano and his death left the prosecution without an effective case, and that made him very paranoid following his hospitalization.

Interestingly enough, Kuklinski -- a man who was just a shade lighter than Death Itself -- instructed the doctors to resuscitate him in the event that he flat-lined. You'd think he would have been more than ready to go after the life he had led. His wife had already signed a DNR order, though, and stuck to it when the doctors asked her if she wanted to rescind it. Kind of poetic that the woman whom Kuklinski had abused for so long had such a pivotal role in his passing.

He was a cold, cold guy, and the original airing of his first interview on HBO made me thankful that I have nothing to do with the mob. Great story about how he earned DeMeo's respect, though. Whatever. I'm sure you know all this by now.
The HBO interviews were great

I loved the story about how he went out on Christmas Eve, killed a guy, then returned home to build a tricycle.

He earned his name, "Iceman."

He, by all accounts, was a good family man as far as his children were concerned.

We heard about the no traces of poison found, but, I want to read the Autopsy myself. He is one I cannot locate. I'd also like to read Jeff Dahmer's.

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You'd probably be able to get a copy from the coroner's office that performed the autopsy. I don't think it would be free, but it wouldn't be exorbitantly expensive either.

I have to disagree with you about him being a "good family man," though. He went to great lengths to keep his family unknown to his mob associates, but he was very abusive to his wife and on one occasion even explained to one of his daughters why he would have to kill them all if he accidentally killed his wife in a fit of rage. His family had actually considered poisoning his food at one point in time, but didn't in part because of -- among many other factors -- the fact that during dinner, he would often feed the family dogs scraps of food from his plate.

That fuckin dog saved his life when you really think about it.

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Kuklinski was actually diagnosed bipolar, too. Not a lot of people know that.

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I did not know he was bipolar or that he threatened his children.

Thank you. I stand corrected

When I worked for lawyers, one of my jobs was getting Autopsy Reports and photos, medical records, NTSB reports, weather reports and whatever else was involved.

Our guys did personal injuries and a lot of railroad accidents.

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