Almost all of their victims were African-American leaving some to wonder if the killings were racially motivated or if the couple selected victims in neighborhoods where they could be less noticeable.
Death SentenceAfter careful consideration by authorities from six states, it was decided that Ohio would be the best place to first prosecute the pair because of its death penalty. Both were found guilty for the murder of Tonnie Storey and Marlene Walters and received the death penalty.
Brown's death sentence was later commuted by Ohio Governor Celeste.
Coleman's appeal efforts were unsuccessful and on April 25, 2002, while reciting, "The Lord is my shepherd," Coleman was executed by lethal injection.
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