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Man accused of killing Fremont woman could face death penalty

Daniel Myers, 48 (Source: Sandusky County Sheriff's Office) Daniel Myers, 48 (Source: Sandusky County Sheriff's Office)
SANDUSKY COUNTY, OH (WTOL) -

The man accused to murdering a Fremont woman could face the death penalty. 

Daniel Myers is accused of killing Heather Bogle, whose body was found in the trunk of her car in Sandusky County more than two years ago. 

Myers was arraigned on five charges Tuesday. Among his charges was two counts of aggravated murder. Those charges could bring a death penalty sentence.

Myers appeared in Tuesday's hearing without an attorney and did not enter a plea. Myers may be responsible for hiring his own attorney because he owns a truck, mobile home and a 401K.

"If he hires his own lawyer, he is entitled to hire the lawyer of his choice," said Sandusky County prosecutor Tim Braun. "He can hire the most experienced lawyer in the state; he can hire someone fresh out of law school. That is a decision he gets to make and again, if the burden falls on the judge, the judge has to hire someone form a limited pool."

Myers is being held on a $2 million bond. 

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