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All three East Cleveland murder victims are now identified
The Cuyahoga County medical examiner says the causes of death may take a few more days to determine.
by WKSU's MARK URYCKI


Senior Reporter
Mark Urycki
 
In The Region:

The last of the three victims discovered in East Cleveland has been identified as 18-year-old Sherellda Terry.
Her body was discovered in a garage on Friday.
The Cuyahoga County medical examiner  announced earlier today that a body with tattoos discovered in an open field on Saturday was 28-year-old Shetisha Sheeley.
The third victim, also discovered Saturday, was identified Monday: 38-year-old Angela Deskins. East Cleveland Mayor Gary Norton says he’s known the Deskins family for 15 years.

 

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"They supported Angela. They provided for a place for Angela to live. She always had a place to rest her head.  They always assured she had money to live with. ...  She was a very trusting person and trusted herself to someone who had the worst of intentions. Then and only then did this fate befall her.”  

Norton said he wanted to point out that the victims are people who had lives and had loved ones.  Police have charged 35- year-old Michael Madison with three counts of kidnapping and aggravated murder. He's being held on $6 million bond.
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