Remains found in Madison Twp. identified as missing Middletown woman

Human bones were found in a field in Madison Township, the Butler County Coroner reported. (WLWT Photo)

MADISON TOWNSHIP, Ohio (WLWT/WDTN) – The remains discovered on a Madison Township farm have been identified as belonging to a Middletown woman who went missing in September.

The bones were discovered by a farmer baling hay. They have been identified as the body of Lindsay Bogan, 30.

Middletown Police Maj. Mark Hoffman said Bogan was last seen by her boyfriend, Eric Sexton, 48, on Sept. 13. She was last seen getting into a silver Dodge Durango on Central Ave. at Baltimore St. in Middletown. Her death is being investigated as a homicide.

Middletown police say Lindsay Bogan was last seen September 13.
Remains discovered in Madison Township have been identified as missing Middletown woman, Lindsay Bogan.

“No one should be thrown away like this,” said Butler County Sheriff Lt. Langmeyer. That is exactly what someone did to this woman. We are finding out more in each stage of this investigation and we will work diligently until we find out who did this to her.”

According to the Butler County Sheriff’s Office, the focus of the investigation will now be on justice for Bogan. The office is working with the Middletown Police Department to solve the case.

Anyone who has information regarding Bogan’s death is asked to contact Lt. Todd Langmeyer at the Butler County Sheriff’s Office or Lt. James Cunningham with the Middletown Police Department.

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