East Cleveland murder suspect indicted in murders of three women
Michael Madison (Source: East Cleveland Police)
CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -
A Cuyahoga County Grand Jury has indicted Michael Madison for the murders of three women whose bodies were found in East Cleveland.
The Grand Jury charged Madison, 35, with two counts each of aggravated murder in the deaths of Shetisha Sheeley, Angela H. Deskins and Shirellda Terry.
The 14-count indictment also included three counts of Kidnapping, three counts of gross abuse of a corpse, one count of rape and one count of having weapons under disability.
Police found the first of the victims on July 19 after answering a complaint about odors coming from an East Cleveland garage. Two more bodies were discovered the following day in the same area. All three bodies were wrapped in plastic bags.
Madison was arrested July 19 at his mother's home after a two-hour standoff with police.
On July 22, East Cleveland Municipal Judge William Dawson ordered him held on a $6 million bond, pending the Grand Jury's charging decision. He is expected to be arraigned in Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court this week.
Wednesday, July 30 2014 6:43 PM EDT2014-07-30 22:43:54 GMT
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