Convicted killer accused of strangling Toledo inmate

An inmate serving a life sentence for killing four people is now facing charges of strangling a fellow inmate at the Toledo Correctional Institution.

Lawrence Michael Hensley was indicted by a Lucas County grand jury yesterday.

Investigators say Hensley strangled Bradley Hamlin last September. Hamlin died two days after the attack.

Hensley was convicted in 2000 of killing three teen girls and a man at a church near Dayton.

Hamlin was in prison serving 5 years for burglary and other crimes.