Diane Dille wants lawmen in Ohio to bring murder charges against the man she believes murdered her grandaughter Nichole Alloway.
Dille told WITN Saturday that she feels the Sheriff's Office cut a deal with Richard Howard the man lawmen have charged with abuse of a corpse.
Scioto County Sheriff's Office have charged Howard with gross abuse of a corpse, tampering with evidence, and trafficking in drugs.
They say Alloway died in the car of an apparent drug overdose.
Dille says Alloway did not have a drug problem and she claims she was told by officials in Ohio that Howard confessed to murder.
"First thing I heard is my grandaughter she took an overdose and she died," said Dille. "That's not true! The man confessed to murder and he should be charged with murder."
The Scioto County Sheriff's Office has not said in anyway that Howard confessed to murder. They have only charged him with abuse of a corpse.
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An arrest in Ohio has been made in connection with the death of a Nash County woman.
Scioto County Sheriff Marty Donini says they arrested Richard Howard for the death of Nicole Alloway of Spring Hope.
The sheriff says it is believed that both Alloway and Howard were involved with drugs at the time of her death. The investigation shows that the 20-year-old died in Howard's vehicle and that he disposed of her body in a rock embedded area in Otway in an attempt to hide the body.
Howard is charged with gross abuse of a corpse, tampering with evidence, and trafficking in drugs. Further charges against Howard will be presentent to a grand jury after final forensics reports on the woman's death are received.
Alloway had traveled to Ohio to meet a man she knew from the Internet, according to authorities.
The body was discovered July 12th and authorities identified Alloway through dental records.
Authorities in Ohio say they have several people of interest in the murder investigation of a Nash County mother found dead Sunday.
Nichole Alloway's grandmother tells WITN that her granddaughter met a man online and traveled to Ohio to meet him.
While getting money to take the bus home -- she disaappeared and her body was later found so badly decomposed they had to use dental records to identify her.
Alloway's grandmother, Diane Dille, says it's been extremely hard she's seeking justice in her granddaughters death. "I'm praying real hard and I want people to pray hard because when they get the lethel injection they'll have it easier then they gave Nicole."
Dille says she was told the man her granddaughter went to see did pass a lie detector test.
A sheriff's office spokesperson says no one has been ruled out. The investigation is ongoing.
An Ohio sheriff says remains found earlier this month are those of Nichole Alloway from Spring Hope in Nash County.
Alloway had traveled north to meet a man she knew from the Internet, according to authorities.
Scioto County Sheriff Marty Donini said Monday that authorities identified 19-year-old Nicole Alloway of Springhope through dental records.
The body was discovered July 12 in a creek near the community of Otway, 78 miles south of Columbus.
Capt. David Hall with the sheriff's office says the cause of death has not been determined.
Family members say they hadn't heard from Alloway since early June.
The sheriff's office is asking anyone with information in the case to contact detectives.