CLEVELAND - Dayton police make an arrest in connection to a Cleveland west side murder on March 8.
The body of Jacqueline Cooper, 47, was found inside her home in the 1400 block of West 101st Street with head injuries.
The 47-year-old was found by a CMHA employee who was doing a welfare check on Cooper, who was listed as a missing person.
The name of the man charged in connection to Cooper’s murder has not been released until he has been officially charged.
Police said the suspect is behind bars.
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