I recently had some issues getting a drive to dismount in Debian. Then I discovered the fuser -mu tool, and was able to get the job done. This command will list the processes preventing the drive from dismounting, along with the user who spawned said processes. Simply run a kill command against the provided pid(s) and you’ll be able to umount it.
tlhunter@titan:/storage$ sudo umount chelsey/ [sudo] password for tlhunter: umount: /storage/chelsey: device is busy. (In some cases useful info about processes that use the device is found by lsof(8) or fuser(1)) tlhunter@titan:/storage$ fuser -mu chelsey/ /storage/chelsey: 2026rce(tlhunter) tlhunter@titan:/storage$ kill 2026 tlhunter@titan:/storage$ sudo umount chelsey/
Good luck! You can also try the -l switch, which dismounts the drive as soon as its possible.