We now know the identity of one of the victims whose body was found in Cleveland over the weekend.
Investigators identified victim number 2 as 38 year old Angela Deskins of Cleveland. Her body was recovered Saturday. The other two bodies were so decomposed that they have not yet been identified.
East Cleveland Mayor Gary Norton announced Monday morning that Michael Madison will face three counts of aggravated murder. He was arrested Friday in connection with the deaths of the three women, who were found stuffed into garbage bags in the fetal position.
Medical Examiner Thomas Gilson released additional information about tattoos on the body of one of the victims. She has a star at the base of her left thumb, lips and the name "Gene" on her left forearm, and the name of rapper Lil' Wayne on her left breast.
As more information emerges about the victims already recovered, Police Chief Ralph Spotts says the search for more bodies continues.
"We did have information that we felt there may be more to this, which is why we're continuing to do searches and continuing to use our other agencies to help us along," he said.
Investigators from East Cleveland received help from several other agencies, including Cleveland Police, the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigations, the Cuyahoga County Coroner, and several K-9 units.
Norton has said Madison took inspiration from the murders committed by Anthony Sowell, who was convicted in 2011 after the remains of 11 women were found in his home on Imperial Avenue in Cleveland.
Madison's case is the third in Northeast Ohio in recent years involving missing women after Sowell's case and the case of Ariel Castro, who is accused of holding three women in his home for a decade.
Norton says his city is trying to come together.
"As a community, we are dealing with tragedy, we are healing, and we are strong," he said.
Anyone with information that may aid the investigation is asked to call 1-800-CALL-FBI.