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Police: Blood, Items Belonging to McKnight and Son Found in Harris' Basement
DAYTON -- According to an affidavit signed by Dayton Police Detective Rob Roberts, police found blood evidence in the basement of Tonisha Harris' home. Roberts says police also found the shoes that Nichelle McKnight was wearing when she was reported missing, McKnight's driver's license, bank cards and the Social Security cards for McKnight and her 4-year-old son, Zaden.
READ: Affidavit signed by Dayton Police Detective Rod Roberts
Nichelle McKnight's body was found Friday along the Stillwater River. Zaden remains missing but police say he is likely dead.
Police have requested a DNA test on Harris, who is in the Montgomery County Jail, accused of stealing McKnight's identity and using her credit card at various stores in the area.
She pleaded not guilty on Thursday.
Tonisha Harris Arraigned; Bond Set at $10,000
DAYTON -- The 29-year-old woman that police say may be connected to the disappearance of Nichelle McKnight and her 4-year-old son, Zaden, has been arraigned.
The court on Thursday morning entered a not guilty plea on her behalf and bond was set at $10,000.
Her next court appearance is scheduled for 9:30 a.m. Thursday, May 1.
Tonisha Harris Indicted for Using Homicide Victim's Stolen Credit Card
MONTGOMERY COUNTY -- The 29-year-old woman that police say may be connected to the disappearance of Nichelle McKnight and her 4-year-old son, Zaden, has been indicted.
Tonisha Harris is now charged with using Nichelle McKnight's debit card. Montgomery County Prosecutor Mat Heck Jr. says Harris was caught on camera using the card at several stores and ATMs around Montgomery County.
Harris will be in court Thursday to face the six counts of receiving stolen property, one count of theft, and another count of misuse of a credit card.
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