(Metamora, OH) The suspect in the kidnapping and murder of Sierah Joughin is facing a civil lawsuit.
The family of the Fulton County woman is taking 57-year old James Worley to court, seeking money to cover funeral expenses and provide relief from pain and suffering. Worley is facing the death penalty for killing the 20-year-old former Evergreen High School student.
Their attorney says the family hopes to obtain Worley's property and tear down a barn where police believe University of Toledo student was tortured last summer. The barn had a had a hidden room containing restraints and a freezer with blood inside. Joughin died from asphyxiation-- there was a plastic gag lodged in her mouth.