NW Ohio Murder Trials Continue This Week

(Wauseon, OH) There's a third day of jury selection on tap today in a Fulton County courtroom, where 51-year old James Worley will stand trial accused of killing 20-year old Sierra Joughin. 

More than 200 prospective jurors have been interviewed over the past two days, many admitting they've already made up their minds about Worley's guilt in the case. 

Worley could get the death penalty if convicted, charged with kidnapping and murder, along with a number of other felonies.

In Franklin County, jurors toured several crime scenes and heard from the first prosecution witnesses on the first day of testimony in the Brian Golsby capital murder case in Columbus. 

Prosecutors are trying to tie a string of GPS data and DNA to the man accused of killing 21-year old Monclova Township native Reagan Tokes. 

That included a visit to the metropark where the body of the senior psychology major at Ohio State University was found last year. The next round of more than two dozen prosecution witnesses will take the stand today.

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