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Ohio Woman Indicted for ‘Serial Killings’ Of Men

via Sheriff's Office
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Rebecca Auborn, a woman from Ohio, has been indicted for murder in the deaths of four men who were lured to their deaths when they met her for sex.

Reportedly, the Central Ohio Human Trafficking Task Force,”received information that a woman was allegedly meeting men for sex in northeast Columbus, then dosing the ‘johns’ with drugs in order to steal their possessions.”

She allegedly drugged her victims to rob them, and a fifth man was also drugged but survived.

Auborn faces multiple charges, including murder, involuntary manslaughter, robbery, assault, and drug-related offenses.

The incidents occurred between December 2022 and June 2023 in Columbus.

The investigation was launched after information was received about a woman meeting men for sex and then drugging them to steal their possessions.

Investigators suspect there may be additional victims and encourage anyone with information to come forward.

Ohio’s Attorney General, Dave Yost, classified Auborn as a potential serial killer due to the similar pattern in the deaths.

“I’ve never seen a case similar to this in my career, and having talked to colleagues, they haven’t seen this kind of thing,” Yost stated.

Yost said Auborn could be considered a serial killer “because she has more than three deaths allegedly connected to her, all of which have a similar pattern.”

“Don’t buy sex in Ohio – it ruins lives and could cost you yours,” Yost said in the statement.

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