No signs of foul play found on the bodies of a Girard Township woman found on Saturday and a Franklin Township woman found Sunday.
Erie County Coroner Lyell Cook said he is reserving his ruling on the deaths of two western Erie County women whose bodies were found over the weekend after each was reported missing last week.
Cook said Monday that he is reserving his rulings in the deaths of 39-year-old Christine A. Spohn and 35-year-old Kathleen A. Robin until more information is received. He said, however, that no signs of foul play were found on Spohn, whose body was recovered in Girard Township on Saturday afternoon, or on Robin, whose body was recovered in Franklin Township early Sunday afternoon.
The Pennsylvania State Police said Monday that the deaths of Spohn and Robin are not connected.
State police in Girard reported late Friday
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“It’s been 15 years.” Over the phone, Bill Strachan sounds weary and resigned, as he faces the prospect of another year with no answers as to who’s responsible for his stepdaughter’s vicious murder.
On Jan. 27, 1998, a man walked into Adults Only Video on Paris Street and stabbed to death the woman working that day — 23-year-old Renee Sweeney, a smart and talented Laurentian University music student.
At the time of the attack, the 20-something man was wearing a blue High Sierra jacket and white cotton garden gloves, all of which was found in a wooded area off Walford Road. A diaper pin was in the left breast area of the jacket.
After the first attack, the man went to the washroom to clean up, apparently thinking he’d killed Sweeney. However, she managed to get
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