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Serial Killer Charged in Ohio Killings

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A confessed serial killer, Samuel Little, has been indicted in a series of killings in Ohio.

The 78-year-old serial killer who currently serves life term after he was convicted for the murder of three women between 1987 and 1989 in California has confessed to killing over 90 women.

According to Michael C. O’Malley, Cuyahoga County Prosecutor, over half of his confessed killings have been confirmed.

The serial killer was charged with six counts of kidnapping and four counts of aggravated murder in Ohio.

The murder case leveled against him includes the murder of Mary Jo Peyton, a 21-year-old lay he strangled in June 1984.

He reportedly drove the lady to an abandoned factory where he strangled her to death. He also reportedly killed Rose Evans by strangling her to death too.

He allegedly killed the 32-year-old woman after offering her a ride on August 24, 1991.

O’Malley believes the serial killer may have killed other women in Ohio that are currently unknown off.

The prosecutor said that Little confessed to killing five women in Ohio and several others elsewhere.

Three of his five Ohio victims lived around Cleveland. The identities of two of them have been confirmed while investigators are working on identifying the third victim.

Authorities said that the FBI is currently working on linking his admission of killing over 90 women with some of the unsolved deaths in over a dozen states in the United States.

Moreover, the killings spanned for more than 30 years, from 1970 to 2005.

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