CLEVELAND — A 31-year-old Cleveland woman has been charged in connection with the April death of a Cleveland State University professor.
On Friday, a Summit County grand jury indicted Terreionna Paschal on the following charges:
- One count of aggravated murder with a gun specification
- Three counts of murder
- One count of tampering with evidence
- One count of aggravated robbery
- One count of misdemeanor theft
- One count of attempted theft
Back on April 19, 41-year-old Todd Morgan was found dead during a welfare check at a Hudson residence. When officers arrived at the home, they discovered Morgan dead with multiple gunshot wounds to the head and torso.
“Our hearts go out to Todd’s family and friends. Through my department’s investigation, we determined that this was an isolated incident,” said Chief Tabak. “Thank you to our dedicated officers of the Hudson Police Department for their hard work in making an arrest in this case.”
Hudson police officials previously told 3News that they believe this was an isolated incident.
"Chief Tabak and the Hudson Police deserve our gratitude for their hard work and professionalism in identifying and apprehending the suspect in this case. While we cannot discuss the details of the investigation, I want to recognize the efforts of our local police officers. Our hearts go out to the family and friends of Mr. Morgan," said Summit County Prosecutor Sherri Bevan Walsh.
At this time, an arraignment date for Paschal has not yet been determined.
The full indictment can be viewed below:
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