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Woman Accused of Killing Multiple Men After Luring Them for Trysts — ‘Don’t Buy Sex in Ohio,’ Officials Warn

Ohio Woman Accused of Killing Multiple Men After Luring Them for Sex
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Rebecca Auborn lured men in with sex and then killed them by overdosing them with drugs, officials said.

Oct. 26 2023, Published 12:15 p.m. ET

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An Ohio woman has been accused of killing multiple men after luring them with sex and then dosing them with drugs, according to authorities.

On Oct. 25, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost announced that 33-year-old Rebecca Auborn, who was already in custody on a murder charge, now facing four counts of murder following fatal overdoses that occurred between January and June this year.

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The incidents were reported in northeast Columbus, where Auborn was meeting the alleged victims and dosing them with drugs before stealing from them, Yost claimed.

Authorities said four men experienced deadly overdoses and a fifth man survived. Officials are referring to the men's deaths as “serial killings,” Yahoo! News reported.

According to court documents obtained by The Columbus Dispatch, Auburn allegedly told investigators in one case she “mixed fentanyl in a man’s crack pipe after meeting him for sex.”

In a statement, Yost advised, “Don’t buy sex in Ohio — it ruins lives and could cost you yours.”

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In September, Auburn was originally arrested on the initial murder charged and booked into jail. She is now charged with four counts of murder, four counts of involuntary manslaughter, five counts of aggravated robbery and multiple drug charges, officials said.

Authorities believe there are possibly more victims in the northeast Ohio area. Anyone with information is urged to contact authorities at (614) 645-2228.


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