Authorities in Ohio said they have identified the third body tied to a deadly string of killings related to a mysterious Craigslist ad. The body, which was found in eastern Ohio on Nov. 25, has been identified as Ralph H. Geiger of Akron. Suspect Brogan Rafferty, 16, faces charges of aggravated murder and attempted murder. But police don’t believe Rafferty acted alone, and authorities have held Richard Beasley, 52, on $1 million bail on an unrelated prostitution charge under the belief that he had something to do with the killings. It appears that all three victims reportedly died after responding to a Craigslist ad to work on a cattle farm in Ohio. A fourth victim escaped with a gunshot wound to the arm.