Probe Continues Into Slaying of Stolla Girl
suburbia in brief Probe Continues Into Slayini OfStolla Girl COLERAIN TWP.-Prelmlnary tesU performed by the Hamilton County Coroner's office indicate Miss Char-malne Stolla had had sexual relations shortly before her death, said Herbert Vogel, Chief Hamilton fioanty Sheriff's detective. Miss Stolla's body, clad only In a bra, was found Sunday afternoon by hunters next to a shack off a closed portion of Old Coleratn Pike here. Mary Stolla, the girl's mother, said her daughter had been residing at home, 1169 Overlook Ave., Price Hill. The last time Mrs. Stolla saw her daughter was about 9:15 p.m. February 23. Mrs. Stolla said Charmalne, 17, left the house to attend a party on Dewey Avenue, Price Hill, and was planning to go to the Western Bowl, 6383. Glenway Ave., Western Hills. There Charmalne was to meet a girlfriend and her aunt, but she did not arrive, Mrs. Stolla said Thursday. ' Vogel said detectives have questioned about 20 known acquaintances of the victim at the Hamilton County Sheriff's Patrol headquarters in New Burlington and "in the field," but have "nothing really startling." More Interrogations are planned today. Mrs. Stolla said her daughter did on occasion leave home for short periods of time not more than two days but had always made her mother aware of her wherabouts. Mrs. Stolla added her daughter openly experimented with drugs but did not use them on a large scale. , While In the eighth grade Miss Stolla did run away from home, but had not shown any indication of repeating, Mrs. Stolla said. Preliminary tests found no Indication the girl had taken drugs prior to her death, Vogel said. a.