FREMONT, OH — The man charged with the murder of Heather Bogle has pleaded guilty to the crime. Daniel Myers was scheduled to stand trial in the case in March, but he changed his plea in court Wednesday.
Daniel R. Myers, 49, appeared before Judge John Dewey of Sandusky County Common Pleas Court on Wednesday afternoon.
Myers has pleaded guilty to multiple charges, including aggravated murder, aggravated robbery, being a sexually violent predator, having a sexual motivation, and tampering with evidence in connection to the death of Heather Bogle, 28, of Fremont.
By pleading guilty to these charges, Myers avoids the death penalty in the case and faces life in prison with no possibility of parole.
Bogle was a former Tiffin resident. Her body was found in the trunk of her vehicle at Somerton Apartments in Clyde in April 2015. She last was seen leaving work at Whirlpool, and her mother reported her missing.
“Today’s the day we all have been waiting for,” a post on the “Justice for Heather Bogle” page states.