More than 34 years after the murder of a young Franklin County woman, the man responsible has accepted responsibility.Twenty-four-year-old Sharla Spangler was shot to death in January of 1985.The case went cold for decades until a fingerprint revived the investigation and her family's hope for justice. Sharla Spangler Doug Krumlauf was led before a Franklin County Judge Wednesday, something two women in the courtroom have waited 34 years to see.One of them: the sister of Sharla Spangler. The other: retired Columbus Police Detective Julie Joseph.Joseph was on the scene the morning of January 30, 1985, when Spangler's body was found under a parked semi-trailer.She'd been shot to death, her hands bound with tape.Detectives...
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34 years after killing woman, Knox County businessman admits guilt, sent to prison