According to this newspaper article........... Exotic dancer kills man with car after private show, police say Kristina Hensley, 35, of Higginsport, Ohio, is being held on charges of fleeing the scene of an accident.
By Jessica Heffner and Denise Wilson, Staff Writers
Updated 7:01 PM Monday, August 9, 2010
MONROE — Police say a woman being held in Butler County Jail after a man’s body was dragged under her vehicle is an exotic dancer.
Kristina Hensley, 35, of Higginsport, Ohio, is charged of fleeing the scene of an accident. Police said Hensley was the driver of a maroon Ford Explorer that struck and dragged Monroe resident Jae Cho, 31, from in front of his home at 367 Timrick Place to a Shell gas station about one mile away.
Cho suffered “severe trauma” and was pronounced dead at the scene, according to police. In a video arraignment Monday, Aug. 9 in Butler County Court of Common Pleas, Hensley’s bond was set at $50,000. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 10 in Area III court.
According to records, Hensley struck Cho sometime before 5 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 7. Responding officers said they could “clearly see a male underneath the vehicle with visible wounds and was not moving.”
Earlier in the morning, a call had been placed to Naughty Bodies, exotic dancer service, for a dancer to come to the Trimrick Place residence for a private show. Police said something happened in the residence causing the dancer, identified as Hensley, to leave the residence quickly.
Cho allegedly followed her to the street, and evidence shows he was in front of the vehicle as Hensley left the scene.
She pulled into the Shell gas station, where it was learned Cho was still under the vehicle.
In a 911 call released by Monroe police, a woman can be heard crying in the background while another woman yells at her to “come back here” as a clerk relays to dispatchers that a man has been struck by a vehicle at the Shell station at 1280 Hamilton-Lebanon Road.
The caller repeatedly says the victim is “not moving” and that the driver was “panicking” and told her that the man had jumped in front of her car.
Barb Hoffman, a clerk at the gas station, said she made the 911 call shortly before 5 a.m. She said she looked under the woman’s car, and all she could see was “his mangled body.”
The investigation is ongoing, and more charges against Hensley may follow after police meet with the prosecutor’s office to discuss the case, said Lt. Brian Curlis.
A visitation for Cho is set for Tuesday, Aug. 10, at Webster Funeral Home, 3080 Homeward Way, Fairfield, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The funeral service will immediately follow, with burial at Gate of Heaven Catholic Cemetery 11000 Montgomery Road, Cincinnati.
I guess some guys are just hard to get rid of...