Just yesterday we reported on the news that cadaver dogs were getting more appreciation from police investigators and today we have the latest news in the case of the Ohio murder. It appears that Jacob Ferrero has come forth and admitted to killing Samantha Greenlee, his girlfriend.
Ohio Man Admits to Killing Samantha Greenlee
The latest news about the murder that shocked the whole state of Ohio reveal that Jacob Ferrero has admitted to killing Samantha Greenlee, his girlfriend; the woman was pregnant with his child. After he killed her, he buried her body in the woods and set fire to the apartment they were living in to cover up any evidence he might have left behind.
The young man made the confession earlier today before leading the police investigators to the place where he buried her body, around the city of Groveport.
Ohio police confirm that the body they found was indeed the body of 22-year-old Samantha Greenlee. They stated that they were led to the place of the burial by Jacob Ferrero, the woman’s boyfriend, around 2 a.m. on Wednesday. They found Greenlee’s body in a wooded area around Madison Christian church.
Following his admission of killing Samantha Greenlee, Ferrero was charged with murder as well as with aggravated arson.
Ferrero admitted that he set fire to the apartment in order to cover up the traces of the killing. He was the father of Greenlee’s unborn child who was reported missing two weeks ago.
The police have questioned Ferrero a few times over these last couple of weeks and every time he claimed that he didn’t know anything of Greenlee’s whereabouts. Thankfully, Jacob Ferrero has caved in and confessed to the gruesome murder.
The killing of Samantha Greenlee shocked the community which is now relieved after news of the finding of the killer were revealed.
The last time anyone had seen Greenlee was on October 8, after she had finished her shift at a Bravo Italian restaurant. The woman had previously filed a report with the police saying that she was scared of her boyfriend. When the police came to their home, they found no signs of violence.