Reagan Tokes

Latest on the investigation into Reagan Tokes' death

21-year-old Ohio State student Reagan Tokes was found dead at Scioto Grove Metro Park on February 9. She was last seen leaving work at Bodega in the Short North the night before.

Police arrested 29-year-old Brian Lee Golsby in connection her death.

Tree dedicated on Ohio State's campus in honor of Reagan Tokes

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With freshman orientation underway at The Ohio State University, parents and new students will find a new magnolia tree in the heart of campus near Mirror Lake.Read more

Brian Golsby asks court to dismiss appeal of his murder case

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Golsby’s newly appointed public defender confirmed to 10 Investigates that Golsby had – in fact – asked an appeals court to dismiss his initial request for an appeal.Read more

Reagan Tokes Act passes out of House committee

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A n amended version of the bill passed the House Criminal Justice Committee Tuesday.Read more

Family of Reagan Tokes files wrongful death lawsuit against ODRC, offender housing program

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The family of Reagan Tokes have filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction and NISRE, Inc. – the parent company of...Read more

Reagan Tokes memorial removed from Scioto Grove Metro Park

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The memorial went up shortly after the Ohio State student was kidnaped, raped and murdered in February 2017.Read more

Portion of Reagan Tokes Act clears Ohio Senate

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Senate Bill 201 would dramatically change how violent felons are sentenced to prison and how they are released.Read more

Man convicted in Reagan Tokes' murder pleads guilty to south Columbus robberies

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The man convicted of killing Ohio State student Reagan Tokes pleaded guilty Tuesday to robberies and attacks in German Village and south Columbus in 2017.Read more

Reagan Tokes Act still under debate behind the scenes

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The bill seeks to dramatically change how violent felons are sentenced to prison and how they are watched once they are released.Read more

Inside 10 Investigates: Brian Golsby and the court of public opinion

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Brian Golsby is alive because of his attorneys. Judge Mark Serrott said it.Read more