Missing Kentucky Adolescent Case, Ohio man guilty of Corpse Abuse and Evidence Tampering

Missing Kentucky Adolescent Case – In the case of a Kentucky juvenile whose body was found in Ohio a decade after she had been reported missing in Kentucky, a man from Ohio was found guilty of abusing a corpse and tampering with evidence in connection with the case.

The youngster had been reported missing in Kentucky. Her body was recovered in Ohio. In this particular instance, the corpse of the kid had been recovered in the state of Ohio. A jury in Clermont County, Ohio, deliberated for a week before reaching the verdict that Jacob Bumpass, who is 35 years old and was facing two counts in connection with the death of Paige Johnson, who was 17 years old. The jury found Bumpass guilty of both offenses.

The jury deliberated for a combined total of almost nine hours spaced out over the course of two days before coming to their verdict. A young lady of fourteen years old from Florence, Kentucky went missing in the month of September in 2010. The skeletal bones of the youngster were found by a hiker at East Fork State Park in September of the year 2020. It was in the month of September in 2010 that she was last seen. There was never any reason given for their dying away, and none was ever presented. Right away, the attorney for the defendant assured that their client would appeal the conviction and ask for a fresh trial if it was upheld. More >>

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