[News] Ohio authorities identify Cincinnati serial killer 37 years after his death

Ohio authorities said new DNA technology helped them solve the 1978 cold-case killing of a University of Cincinnati student. Prosecutors say the suspect, who they’ve linked to three other killings around that time, was indicted Thursday — more than three decades after his own death. 

Ralph Howell, of Roselawn, was posthumously indicted Thursday on charges of aggravated murder and rape, according to the Hamilton County Prosecutor’s Office. He died in an automobile crash in 1985, never being charged in any of the cases. 

He was indicted Thursday in the 44-year-old cold case of Cheryl Thompson, a University of Cincinnati student whose body was found along a riverbank in southwestern Ohio.

Thompson went missing on March 24, 1978, after leaving her home on Wooster Pike, according to the Ohio attorney general’s office. News reports at the time said she was supposed to meet her boyfriend. She never showed up.

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