Man pleads not guilty in missing CLE woman case

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CLEVELAND -- A $3 million bond is set for a convicted rapist ‎ now facing an aggravated murder charge.

Ronald Hillman said very little as he stood in front of Cleveland Municipal Judge Charles Patton Friday morning.

Hillman is accused of killing Michaela Diemer.

Diemer had been missing since August 20th.

Hillman was arrested Tuesday after he was found driving Diemer's car. Hillman said he worked as a supervisor at Progressive Field for 2 years.

He has 16 prior felonies.

A woman's body was found Wednesday on Traine but has not yet been identified. A prosecutor said Hillman led them to the body.

According to a court document, Hillman is alleged to have lead Diemer to a vacant home on FOrestdale where he assaulted her. The document, further stated that Diemer died as a result of injuries sustained from that assault.

Hillman also has an assault charge stemming from January.

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