CLEVELAND - An Ohio woman who answered what police say was a phony Craigslist job ad that lured victims into a deadly robbery scheme says she felt sick to her stomach when she heard about it.
Heather Tuttle, of Ravenna, said Friday that she didn't learn of the potential danger she was in until an FBI agent called her this week.
The FBI says the agent that interviewed Tuttle was one of numerous agents contacting applicants to check on their well-being.
The 27-year-old Tuttle says she applied for the job running a ranch in southern Ohio in early October but never heard back.
A body found Friday in a shallow grave in Akron may be a second killing connected to the phony job listing.
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