One-Year Anniversary Marked of Woman's Death

(Metamora, OH) Today marks the one-year anniversary of the disappearance and death of a Fulton County college student.

20-year old Sierra Joughin was riding her bike home one year ago today when she was snatched in a Fulton County farm field. 

Police and the FBI found her bike within rows of trampled cornstalks, prompting hundreds of volunteers to scour the countryside. Authorities took five days to find her body in a shallow grave just outside a neighbor's barn. 

The University of Toledo student died of asphyxiation with a plastic gag in her mouth. Now 58-year old 

James Worley faces a January death-penalty trial on murder and kidnapping charges. The disturbing details of a torture room discovered in the suspect's barn likely will come out then.

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