Investigators in southern Oregon found no additional bodies during a search of the farm where Susan Monica is accused of killing and dismembering two people.
The Mail Tribune newspaper reports that investigators spent three weeks examining the 20-acre farm in Rogue River. They dug more than 50 holes in search of evidence in the two murders for which Monica has been charged and for any potential new victims.
Monica is accused of killing a 56-year-old handyman on the property in early September and another unidentified victim in early August 2012.
Although Monica’s indictment alleges that she dismembered the bodies, investigators have yet to say how they believe Monica disposed of the bodies, what body parts were discovered and where they were found.
Monica has pleaded not guilty.