A third individual has been charged in the passing of a lady murdered a year ago when she was struck by a log that two adolescent young men had pushed off a bluff at an Ohio state leave.
Miranda Spencer, who was at the recreation center with the two young men and another adolescent young lady, was as of late arraigned on a crime impediment charge. She additionally affirmed in court as a component of the bodies of evidence against the two young men.
Explicit insights concerning the charge against Spencer have not been delivered, and it wasn’t known Wednesday if she’s held a lawyer.
Victoria Schafer, 44, a wedded mother of four, was taking photographs at the foot of the steps at Old Man’s Cave in Hocking Hills State Park when she was struck by the sign on Sept. 2.
Jordan Buckley and Jaden Churchheus, both 17, have conceded pushing the log, which weighed 74 pounds, off a precipice at the head of the steps.
Churchheus and Buckley both as of late confessed to automatic murder. An adjudicator has suggested that the two youngsters serve at least 3 years in an adolescent detainment office when they are condemned Friday.o