Death Penalty indictment for Brian Golsby

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTVN)--A Franklin County grand jury has returned an indictment against Brian Golsby that includes the possibility of the death penalty.

Prosecutors say Golsby was arrested last month, and held without bond, for the kidnapping, rape, and murder of Reagan Tokes, who went missing after she left work at a bar in the Short North on February 8th. Her body was found in Scioto Grove Metro Park on February 9th. 

Prosecutors say Golsby is also connected to six other attacks and robberies in the German Village area in January and February. He was outfitted with a GPS monitoring device when he was released to a halfway house in November, after he served out his prison term on a previous rape conviction.

The grand jury's indictment also includes six robbery charges and three kidnapping charges connected to those incidents. 

Golsby was ordered held without bond for his role in the Tokes murder back in February. 

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