Michael Madison found guilty in the death of 3 women in East Cleveland. (Source: WOIO)
CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -
Michael Madison soon will learn his fate after being found guilty of a triple murder in East Cleveland, Ohio.
He faces death, or life in prison for killing Shetisha Sheeley, Angela Deskins and Shirellda Terry in East Cleveland back in 2013.
Our Scott Taylor was there when the bodies were discovered and Madison was led away in hand cuffs.
Reports said he admired local serial killer Anthony Sowell.
Cleveland 19 News gave you the first look inside his home.
Police found women's clothes and much more:
"There was evidence of decomposition fluid in several parts of the apartment building," Detective Scott Gardner of the East Cleveland Police Department said in 2013. "There were maggots that were attached to the decomposition fluid."
You also got a look inside the killers' Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme -- the one he used to cruise for victims.
It was found inside his garage.
"The victim's body was found on the left side of the vehicle," Detective Gardner said.
In the car's trunk? Tools to potentially grab a fourth victim.
"When we opened the trunk there was additional garbage bags," Detective Gardner said. "A brand new spade shovel."
All three victims were wrapped in black plastic bags.
A judge will sentence Madison to life in prison or the death penalty. He's back in court soon to face additional charges.