Woman robs and fatally poisons 4 men she lured into meeting for sex, Ohio officials say

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A woman already jailed on a murder charge is now accused of killing three more men after luring them with sex, Ohio officials say.

Rebecca Auborn, 33, faces four counts of murder following fatal overdoses that occurred from January to June, Ohio Attorney General announced Wednesday, Oct. 25.

Yost said Auborn “was allegedly meeting men for sex in northeast Columbus,” then dosing them with drugs and stealing their belongings.

Four men died from fatal overdoses and a fifth man survived, officials said. The attorney general’s office is referring to the deaths as “serial killings.”

In one of the cases, Auborn told detectives she “mixed fentanyl in a man’s crack pipe after meeting him for sex,” according to court records obtained by The Columbus Dispatch.



“Don’t buy sex in Ohio — it ruins lives and could cost you yours,” Yost said in a statement.

Auborn has been jailed since September when the initial murder charge was filed, the attorney general said.

She is now charged with four counts of murder, four counts of involuntary manslaughter, five counts of aggravated robbery and multiple drug charges.

Authorities believe there could be more victims in the northeast Ohio area. Anyone with information is asked to contact the tip line at 614-645-2228.

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