OH OH - Holly Logan, 29, Columbus, 31 July 2013

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    Police Investigate Possible Connection Between Several Missing Women
    June 9th 2015: http://www.nbcnews.com/feature/miss...nection-between-several-missing-women-n371821

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    This article was in the Columbus Dispatch newspaper this morning.


    Kentucky man gets 13½ years for forcing women into prostitution

    A Kentucky man who used drugs and threats to control women he set up as prostitutes in Columbus was sentenced on Tuesday to 13½ years in prison.

    Court records say that the pair had worked together to rent Columbus-area hotel rooms and advertise the services of women they forced into prostitution between September 2013 and February 2014.

    The indictment said Arrick Sr. gave the women heroin in exchange for prostituting themselves and threatened to kill them if they attempted to leave.


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    http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/local/2015/06/09/sex-trafficking-sentence.html
     
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    A serial killer or a drug scourge? Police seek answers to women's deaths, disappearances
    June 10, 2015: http://www.cleveland.com/court-justice/index.ssf/2015/06/a_vanishing_cry_police_investi.html

    CHILLICOTHE, Ohio – The women who fought their demons for years have vanished, leaving behind a mystery that has shaken small-town Ohio and raised a chilling fear.

    Did a killer target them or did they fall victim to a drug scourge that has seeped into every part of the state?
     
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    Portsmouth Police Find No Connection to Missing Girls


    Portsmouth Police say they have found no connection between cases they are working on and a working group focusing on missing girls in the Chillicothe area.

    The Portsmouth Police Chief said that his office is not an active participant in the working group or task force in Ross County, but said that they will continue to communicate with members of the group and exchange information that may be of importance to their investigations.


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    http://www.wsaz.com/home/headlines/...No-Connection-to-Missing-Girls-307116031.html
     
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    An article in the Columbus Dispatch announced that the task force investigating the disappearances and deaths of missing women in southern Ohio has created an email account for folks to send email tips.

    Investigators create email tipline in search for missing women

    A task force investigating a string of potentially-linked missing-persons cases and deaths in southern Ohio has added another way for people to submit tips: an email account.

    The Ross County sheriff’s office said today that tipsters can now send information to detectives via a findme@rosssheriff.com email address.

    A hotline of 740-774-FIND(3463) had already been established.

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    http://www.dispatch.com/content/sto.../email-tipline-created-for-missing-women.html
     
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    A documentary that looks at the investigation into six Chillicothe-area women who went missing or died since May 2014 has announced an air date.

    Investigation Discovery (ID) network worked with law enforcement, loved ones of the victims, and the community to document the investigations as they unfold in an effort to bring further attention and help in solving these open cases.

    The first serialized docuseries for ID, the six-part series "The Vanishing Women" will premiere at 10 p.m. June 6.


    http://www.chillicothegazette.com/s...illicothe-documentary-series-june-6/82413610/
     
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    Police probe links between deaths and disappearances of eight women from three neighboring counties in past few years
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    • Megan Lancaster of Scioto County went missing in April 2013 at age 25
    • In Ross County, Timberly Claytor, 38, and Tameka Lynch, 30, are dead and Tiffany Sayre, 26, Wanda Lemons, 37, and Charlotte Trego, 29, are missing
    • Another woman, Shasta Himelrick, 20, found dead but death ruled suicide
    • In Franklin County, Holly Logan, 29 and 23-year-old Jayme Bowen vanished
    • Police are looking at possible link of addiction and drugs between women
    • Authorities named Jason McCrary as prime suspect in death of Ms Claytor

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...nklin-Scioto-Ross-counties.html#ixzz4B8JAz400
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    If anyone is interested in, there will be a docudrama on Chillicothe coming up:

    New docuseries tries to get answers on missing women of Chillicothe
    4 found dead, 2 remain missing from small city

    "Gone: The Forgotten Women of Ohio" premiers July 22 at 9 p.m. on Spike TV.

    The story began in mid-may 2014, with the disappearance of Charlotte Trego, 27. She remains missing.

    About six months later, Wanda Lemons vanished. She, too, hasn't been found.

    Four other women -- Timberly Claytor, Shasta Himelrick, Tameka Lynch and Tiffany Sayre -- have turned up dead.

    Jason McCrary was convicted of murder in Claytor's death. Himelrick's death was ruled a suicide.

    http://www.wcpo.com/news/crime/miss...looks-at-cases-of-six-dead-missing-ohio-women
     

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