Arrest made in 2016 homicide of transgender woman - Cleveland 19 News Cleveland, OH

Arrest made in 2016 homicide of transgender woman

Heidi Krudy (Source: Cleveland police) Heidi Krudy (Source: Cleveland police)
Michelle Cole (Source: Cleveland police) Michelle Cole (Source: Cleveland police)
Brandi Bledsoe (Source: Transgender Law Center) Brandi Bledsoe (Source: Transgender Law Center)
Bledsoe was found at 10802 Drexel Ave. in October 2016. (Source: WOIO) Bledsoe was found at 10802 Drexel Ave. in October 2016. (Source: WOIO)
CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -

Cleveland police have made an arrest in last fall's killing of a transgender woman.

Brandi Bledsoe, 32, was found dead in the driveway of 10802 Drexel on Oct. 8, 2016. According to police she was shot in the chest, had head trauma and was only wearing underwear and had plastic bags covering her head and hands when they found her.

32-year-old transgender person found dead in driveway

Monday, July 10, nearly nine months after the crime, police arrested Heidi Krudy, 30, and Michael a.k.a Michelle Cole, 29, in Bledsoe's death.  

They have not been officially charged but are expected in court later this week.

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