No bond issued for man accused of killing Ohio State student

According to a criminal complaint, Golsby admitted to kidnapping Reagan Tokes as she was walking to her car from work

According to the Grove City Ohio Police's Facebook page, an arrest has been made in connection with the murder of an Ohio State University student.
Photo courtesy of the Grove City Ohio Police Facebook page

COLUMBUS (WCMH) — The man accused of killing Ohio State University student Reagan Tokes was refused bond Monday by a Franklin County judge.

According to a criminal complaint filed in Franklin County Municipal Court, Golsby admitted to kidnapping Reagan Tokes Wednesday night near the intersection of 3rd Avenue and Mt. Pleasant Avenue, as she was walking to her car from work. He forced her to withdraw $60 in cash from her Chase Bank account at an ATM. He then drove her to Scioto Grove Metro Park, where she was shot and killed according to court records.

His DNA was recovered from a cigarette butt located in Tokes’ car.

Tokes was a fourth-year psychology student at OSU. Her funeral will be Feb. 16 at Maumee United Methodist Church.Tokes’ body was found at the park on Thursday afternoon.

Golsby was also charged with rape, and receiving stolen property, in addition to the original charges of aggravated murder, aggravated kidnapping, and aggravated robbery. He also waived his preliminary hearing.

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