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Ohio Woman Accused of Murdering College Business Professor

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Jul. 7 2023, Published 2:08 p.m. ET

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An Ohio woman has been accused of shooting and killing a Cleveland State professor at his home, according to authorities.

Terreionna Paschal, 31, recently was arraigned and charged with multiple crimes, including aggravated murder with a firearm specification, a special felony and tampering with evidence in connection with the death of 41-year-old Todd Morgan, WKBN reported.

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On April 19, Morgan, an assistant professor in the Department of Management in the Monte Ahuja College of Business at Cleveland State University, was fatally shot in his home in Hudson.

An autopsy determined Morgan's cause of death was a homicide. He was struck by bullets in the head and torso.


Paschal was charged with Morgan’s murder and she was being held on a $2 million bond.

Police have not disclosed a possible motive for the murder and it is not known if or how Paschal knew Morgan.

Officials said the murder was an isolated incident.

Paschal is next scheduled to appear in court on August 1 for a pretrial hearing.


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