Daniel Myers sentenced to life in prison in the murder of Heather Bogle

FREMONT, Ohio (WTVG) - Daniel Myers has been found guilty in the murder of Heather Bogle after changing his plea in court Wednesday. He has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.

Myers pleaded guilty to multiple charges, including aggravated murder, aggravated robbery, being a sexually violent predator, having a sexual motivation, and tampering with evidence.

By pleading guilty to these charges, Myers avoided the death penalty in the case.

28-year old Bogel was found in the trunk of a car, beaten and shot twice in the back in 2015. The case went unsolved for over two years until it was re-launched under a different Sheriff's administration. Meyers was arrested and charged with her murder within months.