A suspected serial killer currently in custody for allegedly killing two people in Pennsylvania admitted Wednesday to killing a Michigan woman in 2005, according to reports.
Fox station WXMI in Grand Rapids, Michigan reported that Harold David Holman III, 44, of Frickville, Pennsylvania, confessed to killing Ashley Parlier of Battle Creek, Michigan, early Wednesday morning.
Parlor went missing in 2005, and she was pregnant at the time.
Parlier’s family said she left home after an argument with her parents. She has not been seen since, nor have her remains been found.
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On Wednesday, Holman allegedly admitted to knocking Parlor unconscious and driving her to a remote area where he killed her with a piece of wood.
Parlier’s body is believed to be in Newton Township, just south of Battle Creek, although detectives have not been able to locate her remains, even with Holman’s help.
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In Pennsylvania, Holman pleaded guilty to murdering two women, Tiana Phillips in 2018 and Erica Schultz in 2020.
When police interviewed him about the cases last winter, he also admitted to killing Parlier and asked where his body could be found.
Holman was sentenced to life in prison for the murders of two Pennsylvania women, and will eventually be extradited to Pennsylvania after a preliminary hearing in Michigan in February.
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