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Reagan Tokes
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The Ohio Supreme Court has refused to hear an appeal brought by the family of Reagan Tokes.

Reagan Tokes
Reagan Tokes / Facebook

The Ohio House passed the high-profile "Reagan Tokes Act" to reform criminal sentencing and strengthen probation monitoring. The bill is in response to the murder of the Ohio State University student last year.

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The killer of Ohio State University student Reagan Tokes has dodged the death penalty.

Reagan Tokes
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The man now convicted of kidnapping, raping and murdering Ohio State University student Reagan Tokes last February sat silently in court as the judge read the jury's verdict: Guilty on all counts, including aggravated murder.

Reagan Tokes
Reagan Tokes / Facebook

Jury selection is underway for the trial of a man charged in the kidnapping, rape and killing of Ohio State University student Reagan Tokes.

Franklin County Prosecutor Ron O'Brien talks to reporters in 2012.
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The prosecutor involved in the case of the kidnapping, rape and murder of an Ohio State student in February is pleased with the introduction of legislation named for her. But he thinks changes relating to release and monitoring of accused criminals could have happened sooner.

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The parents of an Ohio State University student who was found murdered in a Grove City park earlier this year joined state lawmakers Wednesday in unveiling a bill named in her honor.

Grove City Police

The convicted sex offender accused of raping and killing an Ohio State University student last week will remain in jail, at least for the foreseeable future.