Friday, June 30, 2000

Pizza delivery driver found dead




By
The Associated Press

        WASHINGTON COURT HOUSE, Ohio — A pizza delivery driver reported missing was found dead in a parking lot Thursday morning, police said.

        A police officer found the body of Precious Canter, 31, of Washington Court House about 4 a.m. She went out on a delivery from Pizza-N-Motion about midnight and was reported missing after not returning to work, said Police Chief Larry Mongold.

        The death was being investigated as a homicide.

        The resident of the home where Ms. Canter made her last delivery reported hearing suspicious noises, said Capt. Mike Stritenberger. “That person had heard a noise outside that might be scream. He looked out and saw the vehicle leaving at what he described was a high rate of speed.”

       



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