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Slain women's families frustrated by unsolved cases from same southwest Ohio community,

Reported by: Associated Press
Reported: Sunday, May 4, 2014 12:51 PM EDT

Families of two southwest Ohio women are increasingly frustrated about the lack of charges for their slayings.

Two years have passed since 15-year-old Chelsea Johnson was founded stabbed to death in a creek bed in the northern Cincinnati suburb of Fairfield. And August will mark three years since Katelyn Markham went missing from her Fairfield home. Her skeletal remains were found near an Indiana creek last year.

The Cincinnati Enquirer reports ( ) that parents and other relatives say they want to see some results from investigators.

Johnson's grandfather says the family decided it had enough after it appeared the case was headed to a grand jury, but authorities decided they needed more evidence. And Markham's father says it's hard not to say that more could be done by police.


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