Wednesday, June 24, 2015
“Chillicothe’s missing women”: As women keep washing up dead Chillicothe Ohio fears a serial killer is on the loose. Chillicothe is no longer just another Rust Belt town. Now it’s the place where women go missing and wash up dead. In little over a year, at least six women have disappeared from the town of only 21,000. Four of their bodies have been found, almost all of them dumped in creeks or streams flowing away from the town. The women have similar stories.
Most of them were hooked on drugs, and many moonlighted as prostitutes to fund their addictions, police say. Some of them even knew one another. The similarities between the victims and the crime scenes have Chillicothe terrified that a serial killer is on the loose. Local police, several county sheriffs’ offices and state investigators have banded together to solve the spiraling murder mystery. Even FBI analysts are assisting with the investigation, busy compiling a profile of a possible serial killer.
SAME SCENARIO IS PLAYING OUT IN CINCINNATI, SEE BELOW.
Attorney Krumbein Says Katelyn Markham’s Murder is Work of a Serial Killer and Possible Links to Other Missing Young Females From Cincinnati Area. 5 Young Females Missing or Murdered Cincinnati OH area:
1). Katelyn Markham Fairfield, OH (north of Cincinnati OH)
2). Mindy Ingram Cincinnati, OH
3). Paige Johnson Covington, KY (south of Cincinnati OH)
4). Misty Gwinner Florence, KY (south of Cincinnati OH)
5). Alana Gwinner Fairfield OH (north of Cincinnati OH)
CEDAR GROVE, IN (FOX19) – As investigators look for evidence among the remains of Katelyn Markham, one experienced criminal defense attorney has a theory about what happened to the Fairfield woman. Markham’s remains were discovered in April of 2013 along a creek near Cedar Grove, Indiana. Markham had been missing since August of 2011, where she was last seen by her fiance at their Fairfield Ohio home. She became the subject of an intensive search effort by police, firefighters and volunteers. Attorney Mark Krumbein has years of experience defending murderers, kidnappers and even one man suspected of being a serial killer. Krumbein says the circumstances surrounding the murder of Katelyn Markham and other young women bear some striking similarities. Is a serial killer working the Cincinnati area, the bodies of Katelyn Markham, Misty Gwinner, Alana Gwinner and Mindy Ingram were found dumped miles from their homes, Alana Gwinner in the Ohio river, Misty Gwinner in Lexington KY, Katelyn Markham in Cedar Grove IN and Mindy Ingram along southbound I-75 between the Walton and Crittenden exits in southern Kenton County KY, who transported these young women out of the Cincinnati Ohio area?