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charges could be on the way for a Sandusky man who has been sentenced to the
have reopened a cold case from 1994, which they think may be connected to
Curtis Clinton, who has been convicted of strangling four people.
this month, Clinton was sentenced to the death penalty after being convicted of
strangling Heather Jackson and her two children to death in 2012. Seven months
before that, he was released from jail after serving time for the involuntary
manslaughter of Misty Keckler in Fostoria.
say they see chilling similarities between Clinton's previous crimes and the
unsolved murder of 73-year-old Ida May Franklin from 1994. They say Clinton
lived near Franklin and frequently visited her.
somebody's family member that's passed away, and I'm sure they would like some
closure," said Detective Dana Newell, from the Sandusky Police Department. "If
that's where it leads us, we'll get closure for the family, present it to the
court and see what happens."
was found strangled with her throat slit in her Sandusky home in April of 1994.
Just like Heather Jackson, Franklin's body was stuffed underneath a mattress.
are resubmitting DNA evidence from Franklin's case to the Bureau of Criminal
Investigation. They've also issued an alert to other departments across Ohio
and Michigan to see if they have similar unsolved murders.