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Call For Help Leads Police To Bodiesin Ohio

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Call For Help Leads Police To Bodiesin Ohio

An Ohio man named Shawn Grate has been taken into police custody after allegedly murdering three women.

Ashland County Police arrest Shawn Grate on murder and kidnapping charges on September 13, 2016 in Ashland, Ohio.

A woman called Ashland, Ohio police early Tuesday, reporting she was being held inside a home against her will, reports WEWS, a local ABC affiliate.

Christopher Grate is charged with killing Stacey Stanley and a second unidentified woman whose body was found in the home.

Police released a 911 call of an OH woman who told dispatchers she had been abducted, leading to the arrest of her captor and the discovery of three murder victims.

Grate is in jail on charges of kidnapping and murder.

She was last seen at an Ashland gas station when she got a flat tire.

Tracey Young of Ashland told WEWS Grate lured her to the home two weeks ago after she met him at a party. The woman said, "Not unless they were right here".

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The Columbus Dispatch reports the entire call lasted 17 minutes as the 911 dispatcher tried to determine exactly where the woman was so officers could respond.

Standing in a first-floor bedroom in a vacant home in Ashland County, the woman watched her captor sleep.

Record show Grate, who is homeless, has a long criminal record and served time in prison on a burglary charge beginning in 1997.

Investigators discovered two bodies in the abandoned home. LISTEN TO THE FULL 911 CALL (CAUTION: STRONG LANGUAGE USED IN CALL):Police entered the home to find two bodies inside and the 911 caller miraculously unharmed.

The dispatcher in this case did all of that while remaining calm for almost 15 minutes before police were able to get to the woman. The remains weren't immediately identified.

Authorities say the suspect admitting he killed a woman at the Mansfield-area property in June, the same month it burned.

Authorities checked the Mansfield-area site Tuesday and found decomposed remains down a ravine in a wooded area behind the house.

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