- Meet Daniel Myers the man who was found responsible for the killing of the 28 year-old mother Heather Bogle.
Who Killed the 28 year-old Heather Bogle?
Before her death Mrs Bogle went missing on 9 April 2015 after which her dead body was found the next day in the trunk of her car, a mile away from the factory she worked at.
Although the investigation carried out over her murder was also quite complicated, but it revealed that Bogle was violently beaten and had two bullets in her back.
The DNA found from Heather matched with that of Daniel Myers. The police investigators, headed by Sheriff Chris Hilton, arrived at Myers as a suspect due to a GPS location trace of Heather’s social media and Gmail after she got out of work on the day of the murder.
They were able to trace her location to Myers’ trailer. After they approached him, Myers also made a very suspicious remark. Based on a recorded conversation, he said, “I guess it’s a little odd that you know, you guys are … I know it’s cold case, and you guys are just, you know, grasping at straws trying to figure out.” Later, his DNA was collected, and it turned out to be a match. Subsequently, the investigators also found that he had changed the floorboards and his mattress after Heather’s death.
Furthermore, it was also found that there women’s undergarments in his trailer. The odd thing was that Myers had contributed $ 125 to Heather’s GoFundMe page that was set up to help her daughter, and had even signed her funeral registry.
He showed no remorse while Mr. Braun showed in court pictures of 28-year-old Ms. Bogle’s body in the trunk of her car, of the marks left from the handcuffs Myers put on her wrists, of the bruises all over her body. He showed no remorse as her family and friends wept behind him.
He showed no remorse when they detailed the pain and anger they’ve felt since she was murdered.
And, when it was his time to speak, he showed no remorse.
“I have nothing to say,” he told Judge Dewey.
As part of Wednesday’s negotiated plea agreement, aggravated murder specifications that could have resulted in the death penalty were dropped, though Myers, of Green Creek Township, will never be freed. Ms. Bogle’s family members were in support of the plea agreement.
Mr. Braun led the court through the evidence that ultimately brought Myers to justice. Cell phone location data, saved by the cell phone company from when Ms. Bogle was first reported missing, gave investigators a general idea of where she was between her disappearance on April 9, 2015 following her shift at the Whirlpool plant in Clyde.
Where Is Daniel Myer Now?
Daniel Myers has since continued to serve his life sentence in prison.