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CrimeAkron man to serve life without parole for killing woman, hiding body in storage unit

23:40  27 august  2019
23:40  27 august  2019 Source:   wkyc.com

Nevada man, 72, guilty of murder; stabbed victim 250 times

Nevada man, 72, guilty of murder; stabbed victim 250 times A Washoe County jury has convicted a 72-year-old man of first-degree murder in the February killing of an elderly man he stabbed at least 250 times. Ralph Goad faces up to life in prison without the possibility of parole at his sentencing set for Oct. 2. The Washoe District Court jury found him guilty following a weeklong trial in the death of 76-year-old Theodore Gibson in his Reno apartment. Detectives say there were signs of a struggle in the room where Gibson's body was found along with his empty wallet, a blood-stained knife and blood-stained pair of scissors.

An Akron man will serve life behind bars after he pleaded guilty to killing a woman and hiding her body in a storage unit in June.

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Michael Olson, 35, pleaded guilty to aggravated murder, rape, grand theft of a motor vehicle, trespass in a habitation and gross abuse of a corpse in the murder of 68-year-old Katie Wohlfarth. Summit County Common Pleas Court Judge Amy Corrigall Jones sentenced him to life without parole Tuesday.

Wohlfarth's family reported her missing June 17. Two days later, police found her body in an East Tallmadge Avenue storage unit. Olson was arrested after he was seen driving Wohlfarth's car.

Olson was spared the death penalty as a possible sentence in exchange for his guilty plea.

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