A man named a person of interest in a series of Michigan child slayings in the 1970s was arrested in northeast Ohio Wednesday on other charges.
Parma Heights police confirmed that they have been working in conjunction with the Michigan State Police Department for an extended period of time in the case of Ted Lamboghine, who has been living in Parma Heights.
On Thursday, Lamboghine waived his extradition and will voluntarily return to Michigan to face criminal sexual conduct charges.
He is accused of sexually assaulting boys under the age of 13 in Michigan. Police said he has not committed any crimes in Ohio to anyone's knowledge.
The retired autoworker was named last spring as a person of interest in the Oakland County child killings.
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