wow. scary stuff.
Authorities have charged an Ohio man with aggravated murder and abduction of a 20 year old University of Toledo student, Sierah Joughin (read story at the link) and there are worried there may have been more victims over the years.
A search warrant obtained by the Toledo Blade described articles that were found in the cornfield, two pairs of sunglasses, a helmet, a screwdriver and fuses and a bicycle belonging to Sierah Joughin who went missing on July 19. The DNA found on the sunglasses led police to James Dean Worley, 57.
When authorities searched Worley’s property they also found a motorcycle, with Joughin’s blood on it, zip ties, ski mask and mace, rope, handcuffs, guns and ammunition and a recording device. Further searching and police located an area that was hidden by bales of hay inside a barn. Inside the room were restraints attached to a wall and…
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