A judge this morning ordered the death penalty for the man convicted of killing three people by luring them to Eastern Ohio with bogus on-line job ads.
A Summit County jury has recommended the death penalty for a triple killer convicted of luring his victims to Eastern Ohio with bogus on-line job offers.
A Summit County jury resumes deliberations today in the case of a self-styled street preacher accused of killing three men he lured to Eastern Ohio with phony on-line job offers.
The alleged triggerman in the killings of three men lured to their deaths in Eastern Ohio by bogus on-line job offers told a jury Wednesday he is not guilty.
Testimony resumes today in the trial of the alleged mastermind of the slayings of three men lured to Eastern Ohio with bogus on-line job ads.
Trial begins today for a second defendant charged in the shooting deaths of three men and the wounding of a fourth lured to Eastern Ohio with phony on-line job offers.
The teen charged with killing three men in a phony on-line jobs posting scheme was heard on tape acknowledging he dug a grave for one of the victims.
Jury selection begins today in the trial of 17-year-old Brogan Rafferty, who is charged in a fatal scheme to lure victims with phony on-line job offers.
A judge in the fatal online robbery case is deciding whether to throw out taped statements made to investigators by a teen suspect.