The names of all three women recently found dead in Cleveland have now emerged. Angela Deskins, 38, had been missing since June 7. Shetisha Sheeley, 28, was described by a minister as "lighthearted but a loner." Sheeley didn't live in East Cleveland, said her mother, who was surprised she was there; Kim Sheeley said she hadn't seen her daughter since May, the Plain Dealer reports. At the time, Shetisha was in a car with a man. "I called out to her, but she didn't say nothing."
The family of Shirellda Helen Terry, 18, got a call yesterday identifying her as the third victim, another minister says. She was last seen July 10 leaving a Cleveland elementary school, the Plain Dealer notes. "We feel there may be more to this," says East Cleveland's police chief. "We're nowhere near done." (Read more Cleveland stories.)