Members of the Ohio Parole Board reversed themselves Friday and have denied parole to a former Akron man convicted of abducting and killing a woman outside a bowling alley in 1986.
Victor Logan, who has served 28 years of a 30- to 75-year sentence, will not be eligible again for parole until 2017.
Logan, 51, and Marcazuan Lockett, 45, and Albert Young, 44, all remain in prison. Each man was convicted in the slaying of Susan Soldierson, 22, of Stow.
The men forced Soldierson, a University of Akron student, into their car outside Stonehedge Bowling Alley in an apparent robbery attempt. After taking her purse, they pushed her out of the car. She died of head injuries two days later.
Summit County Prosecutor Sherri Bevan Walsh requested a full hearing after Logan’s parole was originally approved in January.
“More than 25 years after Susan’s death, Logan still has a lack of remorse and refuses to take responsibility for his role in her murder,” Walsh said.