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East Cleveland Victims: Two strangled, one inconclusive

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CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -

The Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner's Office has released the causes of death of the three East Cleveland women found murdered last week.

Both Shirellda H. Terry, 18, and Angela H. Deskins, 38, were strangled. Shetisha D. Sheeley, 28, cause of death is listed as 'homicidal violence by unspecified means.'

All three deaths were ruled homicides. 

Police arrested Michael Madison the day the first body was found. The 35 year old has been charged with kidnapping and aggravated murder and is being held on a $6M bond. 

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