Federal agents conduct another search of Seirah Joughin murder scene

Federal agents were once again searching areas in rural Fulton County in connection with the investigation into James Worley, the man charged in the July killing of Sierah Joughin. However, one FBI official said no new evidence was found. Several members of law enforcement, including the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office and FBI walked along the empty cornfield and road where Ms. Joughin’s body was found. FBI spokesman Vicki Anderson said the search was conducted now because crops are down for the season and it was a good time to make sure investigators didn’t miss anything. The 20 year old Joughin of Metamora, disappeared July 19 while riding a bike in rural Fulton County. Her remains were found July 22 along Fulton County Road 7. An autopsy report determined she was handcuffed and died of asphyxiation. Worley was arrested July 22 on an abduction charge and was later charged with aggravated murder.

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