Crime Buried backyard body in concrete leads to man's murder case

04:51  06 february  2018
04:51  06 february  2018 Source:   ap.org

47 years later, Sacramento, California's nurse murder remains unsolved

  47 years later, Sacramento, California's nurse murder remains unsolved It's been 47 years since Judith Hakari was found murdered and buried in a shallow grave after being kidnapped weeks earlier, and the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department is still looking for the person responsible. Hakari, 23-years-old then, was returning home around midnight on March 7, 1970 from work as a nurse. When she didn’t arrive home, her fiancé went out to the apartment complex’s parking lot and found her car with the light on and the door ajar, Links said. Hakari’s fiancé filed a missing person’s report.

MASSILLON, Ohio (AP) — The discovery of a body encased in concrete and buried in a backyard has led to murder charges against an Ohio man .

MASSILLON, Ohio (AP) - A man is charged with murder after a body encased in concrete was found buried in an Ohio backyard . Twenty-seven-year-old Carl Spencer, of Hartville, was jailed on million bond after his arraignment Monday in Massillon Municipal Court.

MASSILLON, Ohio — The discovery of a body encased in concrete and buried in a backyard has led to murder charges against an Ohio man.

Investigators say the charges are related to a man who had been missing for more than a year and lived at the home where they dug up a body last week.

Twenty-seven-year-old Hartville resident Carl Spencer was jailed on $5 million bond Monday in Massillon Municipal Court.

Defense attorney Derek Lowry says Spencer is pleading not guilty but declined further comment.

Spencer is charged in the death of Nicholas Stein.

Authorities have yet to publicly confirm the identity of the remains buried in a plastic container several feet underground.

The Independent in Massillon reports a rental company confirmed Spencer rented excavating equipment last February.

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Information from: The Independent, http://www.indeonline.com

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