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    OH - Sierah Joughin, 20, Fulton County, 19 July 2016 #7 *Arrest*


    Desperate search for Ohio Woman Sierah Joughin Who Vanished While on Bike Ride

    Sierah Joughin was out riding with her boyfriend Tuesday before the pair parted ways around 6:45 p.m. near Evergreen High School in Metamora, Ohio. The University of Toledo junior was reported missing by her family later that night when she didn't return home. Her purple bicycle was discovered several rows into a cornfield not far from where she was last seen, Fulton County Sheriff Roy Miller said Thursday. He added that there were signs of struggle.

    Ex-con charged in murder of Ohio college student

    A sheriff's investigator filed a criminal complaint Tuesday accusing an ex-convict of aggravated murder after a University of Toledo student's body was found following her disappearance last week.James Worley, is charged in the death of 20-year-old Sierah Joughin. She was last seen July 19 riding her bike along a country road with her boyfriend, reports CBS affiliate WTOL. The two parted ways after their ride, but Joughin never made it home.Worley was initially arrested Friday on an abduction charge in the disappearance.[...]The sheriff later confirmed that the remains found in a cornfield Friday were that of Sierah Joughin

    .Murder, abduction suspect to remain in jail without bond

    WAUSEON — A Fulton County judge today ordered that a murder and abduction suspect should remain in jail without bond.

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    The warrant is saying these things MAY be on the property and we have reason to believe they MAY be on the property so we are asking for permission to search for these things that MAY be there.

    Nowhere does it state remains of any sort were found the property. If they were, it hasn't been released in any paperwork or to the media at this time.
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    Responding to the one of the last posts on the last thread....

    Quote Originally Posted by Deltucky View Post
    Reason to believe? Not necessarily known to be there? I'm not much on the legal stuff.

    That is correct. When reading the material the warrant seeks to find these things in support of the charges listed below them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2Hope4 View Post
    The warrant is saying these things MAY be on the property and we have reason to believe they MAY be on the property so we are asking for permission to search for these things that MAY be there.

    Nowhere does it state remains of any sort were found the property. If they were, it hasn't been released in any paperwork or to the media at this time.
    They wouldn't ask for it, if they didn't have reason to believe. They were there for a week. They asked for the warrant for the remains bc they found it and could not take it without a warrant. IMO look at all the warrants, the items increase with each warrant bc it's what they found as they kept searching. IMO

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    Quote Originally Posted by Notnice26 View Post
    They wouldn't ask for it, if they didn't have reason to believe. They were there for a week. They asked for the warrant for the remains bc they found it and could not take it without a warrant. IMO look at all the warrants, the items increase with each warrant bc it's what they found as they kept searching. IMO

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    I'll read through so I'm up to date not just the cliff notes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2Hope4 View Post
    The warrant is saying these things MAY be on the property and we have reason to believe they MAY be on the property so we are asking for permission to search for these things that MAY be there.

    Nowhere does it state remains of any sort were found the property. If they were, it hasn't been released in any paperwork or to the media at this time.
    Yes, I think they had enough probable cause to believe they would find something and LET and I think all of us were surprised that they didn't.

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    I agree, LE just listing what they are looking for. A search warrant has to state what is being looked for, it does not give LE free reign of everything on your property, just what they are looking for. I think they were covering bases and expected to find remains.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Notnice26 View Post
    They wouldn't ask for it, if they didn't have reason to believe. They were there for a week. They asked for the warrant for the remains bc they found it and could not take it without a warrant. IMO look at all the warrants, the items increase with each warrant bc it's what they found as they kept searching. IMO

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    You are correct that they wouldn't ask if they didn't have reason to believe. The reason to believe there may be human remains is based on number 11 in the warrant.

    From that application for a warrant:

    "11. Based on Worley's criminal history and in discussing the evidence in this case with other officers, deputies, agents with the FBI and BCI, Worley fits the profile of a serial offender and could potentially have additional unknown victims who could have been kept at the above described location. The affiant knows based upon his knowledge and experience that these types of offenders will often keep trophies; 1 They also are known to record their activities on cameras, videos. and digital media. Additionally these offenders will keep journals with detailed records of the offenses and descriptions of the events. They also keep receipts, travel records, and other documents related to their criminal activity.

    12. In the attached exhibit there are numerous items that further corroborate the belief that Worley fits the profile of a serial offender.

    1 A trophy Is an item kept from a victim which allows the offender to relive the experience.

    13. Based upon ihe above evidence, I have probable cause to believe Mr. Worley is a serial offender and that evidence of prior acts will be fowid at the above described premises. "
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    Quote Originally Posted by CZL496 View Post
    I'll read through so I'm up to date not just the cliff notes.

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    That's why I got it!! Read up!!! The date of the warrant I'm referring to is 7/24. Her body was found 7/23 and not on his property. They had "reason to believe" there was a human remain. That's the legal aspect. The reality is IMO they found a body, but couldn't do anything with it bc they didn't have a warrant. Besides it COMPLETELY matches up with local rumors. Not that, that means anything, but people talk, and that's the reality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Notnice26 View Post
    That's why I got it!! Read up!!! The date of the warrant I'm referring to is 7/24. Her body was found 7/23 and not on his property. They had "reason to believe" there was a human remain. That's the legal aspect. The reality is IMO they found a body, but couldn't do anything with it bc they didn't have a warrant. Besides it COMPLETELY matches up with local rumors. Not that, that means anything, but people talk, and that's the reality.

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    Didn't the article read "no FURTHER remains have been found"? So, loosely reading between the lines, there were previous remains but none since then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaen View Post
    You are correct that they wouldn't ask if they didn't have reason to believe. The reason to believe there may be human remains is based on number 11 in the warrant.

    From that application for a warrant:

    "11. Based on Worley's criminal history and in discussing the evidence in this case with other officers, deputies, agents with the FBI and BCI, Worley fits the profile of a serial offender and could potentially have additional unknown victims who could have been kept at the above described location. The affiant knows based upon his knowledge and experience that these types of offenders will often keep trophies; 1 They also are known to record their activities on cameras, videos. and digital media. Additionally these offenders will keep journals with detailed records of the offenses and descriptions of the events. They also keep receipts, travel records, and other documents related to their criminal activity.

    12. In the attached exhibit there are numerous items that further corroborate the belief that Worley fits the profile of a serial offender. 1 A trophy Is an item kept from a victim which allows the offender to relive the experience....."
    I find it odd that everything was found but the human remains. Everything on that warrant. I find it odd that everyone in Delta has been told they found a body. And then the statement made by the Attorney General saying, "no FURTHER remains were found" the town has been talking about a dead body found for days before that statement was made.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Notnice26 View Post
    That's why I got it!! Read up!!! The date of the warrant I'm referring to is 7/24. Her body was found 7/23 and not on his property. They had "reason to believe" there was a human remain. That's the legal aspect. The reality is IMO they found a body, but couldn't do anything with it bc they didn't have a warrant. Besides it COMPLETELY matches up with local rumors. Not that, that means anything, but people talk, and that's the reality.

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    Actually that document was July 27th...many days after all discovery. Do you think they just haven;t been able to identify and therefore come out publicly? But wouldn't that be against their last news blip about "No remains found"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChiefsGranddaughter View Post
    Didn't the article read "no FURTHER remains have been found"? So, loosely reading between the lines, there were previous remains but none since then?

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    Thank you for those timelines, Otto & Jashrema. and the links.

    The more I read, the less I remember it seems.

    So he has had an arraignment. Then another appearance regarding public defender. Is that it? Is his next appearance scheduled?
    I think the investigation is very much ongoing, so I don't expect to see the omnibus hearing right away; the defense would not be ready to schedule it either imo. I anticipate the case to go into the labyrinth of continuances and preliminary motions.

    If we are lucky those will be public record. The judge could seal them for the purposes of getting a fair and impartial jury and/or impose a gag order.

    I hope the LE agencies working together will soon file additional indictments.
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