COLUMBUS, Ohio — A GPS worn by the suspect in the murder of an Ohio State student puts him in the park where the crime occurred, according to reports.

The GPS on Brian Golsby, 29, has allowed prosecutors to track his movements from the time of Reagan Tokes’ abduction last week until her death, according to

Golsby was being monitored by GPS after he was released from prison in November 2016 after serving six years in connection with a 2010 attempted rape and robbery.

Golsby is accused of killing Tokes, 21, of Maumee, Ohio, a suburb of Toledo. Tokes was a psychology student at Ohio State and was expected to graduate in May.

Golsby told police he confronted Tokes after she left work at about 9:45 p.m. on Feb. 8. He forced her to withdraw $60 from an ATM, then had her drive them in her car to Scioto Grove Metro Park in Grove City.

Golsby then raped Tokes before shooting her twice in the head, killing her, according to reports. Tokes’ body was found the next day in the park.

Tokes’ funeral was Wednesday morning in Maumee.

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