Saturday, June 29, 2013
A temporary restraining order has been issued barring the sale of Dawn Glanz’s estate pending a police investigation.
Glanz, 66, is believed to have died of a stroke in her Bowling Green home, although her death is considered suspicious. When her sister, Gail Lincoln, learned Glanz’s husband, Robert Brown, was advertising an estate sale with “high-end antiques,” she sought to stop it. Lincoln complains that Brown had not opened his late wife’s estate in probate court and that she and her brother may be entitled to some of the property Brown wants to sell. The estate sale has since been put on hold while police investigate whether Brown had anything to do with Glanz’s death.
See Jennifer Feehan, Judge Bars Sale of Woman’s Estate Until Probe Done, Toledo Blade, June 25, 2013.