Son: 'No hate' after mom's body found in Ohio treeAn Ohio man says he has “no hate towards anybody” following the discovery of his mother's remains in a hollowed-out tree.
MOUNT VERNON, Ohio (AP) — An Ohio man says he has “no hate towards anybody” following the discovery of his mother's remains in a hollowed-out tree.
Michael Kupiec told WBNS-TV on Friday he's eager for investigators to tell his family more information about what happened to his 41-year-old mother, Stephanie Sprang.
Sprang, her friend Tina Herrmann and Herrmann's 11-year-old son and 13-year-old daughter disappeared more than a week ago from Herrmann's blood-spattered home in Howard in central Ohio. The remains of Sprang, Herrmann and Herrmann's son were found in garbage bags in a tree in a wildlife preserve about a 20-mile drive away.
Authorities say an unemployed tree-trimmer who spent six years in a Colorado prison led them to the bodies after they found Herrmann's daughter alive in his basement in Mount Vernon.