Alleged Ohio Serial Killer’s Bond Set At $6 Million, One Victim Identified

Source: Goldman Russell / ABC News

An alleged serial killer in East Cleveland, Ohio, was ordered held on $6 million bond today as authorities identified one of three women he is accused of killing dumping in plastic bags.

Authorities also asked for the public’s help in identifying second victim by describing her tattoos.

Michael Madison, 35, appeared in a municipal court and was charged with three counts of kidnapping and three counts of aggravated murder, a charge that carries the death penalty in Ohio.

Wearing a purple jail-issue jumpsuit, he answered “yes,” each time the judge asked if he understood the charges against him. He did not enter a plea.

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