No hard drugs found in Joliet strangling victims, toxicology results show
By Brian Stanley email@example.com March 19, 2013 11:14PM
Adam M. Landerman (clockwise, from top left), Alisa R. Massaro, Joshua F. Miner and Bethany L. McKee | Supplied photos
It does not appear that two men who were strangled at a Joliet home in January were high on hard drugs when they were killed.
Toxicology results showed that Eric Glover had no drugs in his system, and Terrance Rankins tested positive for marijuana, according to a source.
On Jan. 9, Glover and Rankins were invited to Alyssa Massaro’s house at 1121 N. Hickory St., to hang out with Massaro, Bethany McKee, Adam Landerman and Joshua Miner. Police found the bodies of Glover and Rankins on Jan. 10.
Miner, Landerman Massaro and McKee are charged with murdering Glover and Rankins.
McKee left the house the next afternoon and told her father, who notified police.
Will County Judge Gerald Kinney issued a gag order in the case after police reports, which included the allegation Miner and Massaro had sex on the victims’ bodies, were leaked to the media.