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Exotic dancer's case bound over to grand jury

By Tiffany Teasley – bio | email

WEST CHESTER TWP, OH (FOX19) - The case of an exotic dancer accused of hitting and killing a Monroe man was bound over to a grand jury.

Kristina Hensley cried in court as a Monroe Police lieutenant testified about the gruesome scene he came upon after Hensley allegedly dragged Jae Cho's body nearly 1.5 miles beneath her car Saturday morning.

"What happened here is completely unacceptable, it's just a very big tragedy," said William Weitz, a friend of Cho.

Cho's friends attended the hearing and shed tears in court, their emotions still fresh after just returning from Cho's funeral.
 
"Just a real happy guy, I mean I really don't know anybody that had a bad word to say about him, always smiling great guy," Weitz said.
 
Police say Hensley was an exotic dancer with the adult service called Naughty Bodies and was called to give a performance at Cho's residence, authorities say something happened between the two causing her to leave abruptly.
 
Hensley is currently charged with fleeing the scene of accident, her court appointed attorney said Hensley claims she had idea she had hit Cho.
 
"Clearly something happened that night, we'll get to the bottom of that and find out where this case goes," said defense attorney David Brewer.
 
Hensley remains behind bars on $50,000 bond. 
 

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