Reagan Tokes

Reagan Tokes' mother makes another push for changes to "flawed system"

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The mother of murdered Ohio state student Reagan Tokes is making another push for change at the Statehouse.Read more

Ohio's Supreme Court declines to hear suit over Reagan Tokes' killing

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Tokes' family argued Ohio's Adult Parole Authority and its contractors should have known Brian Golsby was a danger when he killed 21-year-old Tokes in 2017.Read more

Parents of Reagan Tokes prepare to remind lawmakers of “flawed system”

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Reagan Tokes, an Ohio State senior, was kidnapped, raped and murdered by a convicted sex offender, Brian Golsby, in February of 2017.Read more

Family of Reagan Tokes turns to state Supreme Court for ruling on lawsuit

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The Tokes have argued in court filings that the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation was negligent in that it failed to adequately monitor Tokes’ killer, Brian Golsby.Read more

Lawmakers re-introduce Reagan Tokes Act at the Ohio Statehouse

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Lisa McCrary-Tokes tells 10 Investigates that it’s imperative that lawmakers pass the second portion of the legislation.Read more

'Rally for Reagan' raises money for murdered Ohio State student's foundation

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"Rally for Reagan," a dinner and silent auction, raised money for the foundation in Reagan Tokes' name Friday . A self-defense seminar will take place Saturday.Read more

Reagan Tokes’ family still hopes to change state law two years after her murder

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The Tokes family wants lawmakers to pass additional portions of the Reagan Tokes Act that would beef up and increase GPS monitoring of certain violent ex-offenders...Read more

Ohio House committee passes amended Reagan Tokes bill

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House lawmakers have voted to pass a portion of a bill named after murdered Ohio State student Reagan Tokes.Read more

Metro park transformed after Reagan Tokes’ murder

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Lisa said that she and her husband, Toby, wanted to change the negative imagery associated with the park and their daughter’s murder.Read more