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July 31, 2015 -- The individual who admitted to killing a woman in Ohio earlier this year was sentenced to only 15 years in prison.

News reports say Mark Chambers, 53, strangled 44-year-old Tina Bonds to death.

The crime occurred in Entowne Manor, a section 8 housing complex in the Avondale area of Cincinnati, Ohio.

Chambers had previously served ten years for the strangulation death of Charlene Edwards in 1991. Edwards was six-months pregnant when Chambers killed her.

Chambers conviction was reported July 28, 2015.

From a January news report we read the detail of the crime.

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While a party raged upstairs, Tina Bond was choked to death in a basement apartment.

Bond died around 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in Entowne Manor, a section 8 housing complex on Reading Road in Avondale, according to a police report.

Multiple residents there said they had no idea anything happened -- most likely because of a large party on the first floor -- until they saw it on the news Wedmesday.

When they found out, some were shocked.

"I've been here 10 years and nothing like this has happened," a resident said outside the building Wednesday morning.

Police didn't arrive at the scene until the suspect himself called 911 after midnight.

Mark Chambers, who lives in the building, told a police dispatcher he strangled Bond in his apartment, a homicide investigator said.

Bond, 44, was last known to live on Maple Avenue in Avondale, according to the police report. Neighbors said they saw her in the building often.

Chambers and Bond had known each other for about three years and were "friends from the neighborhood," the homicide investigator said.

The investigator declined to discuss potential motive for the killing. The Enquirer has submitted an open records request for a recording of the 911 call.

Jourdann Stone-Knight, 20, said he works with Chambers at Labor Works, where on a typical day they might clean up U.S. Bank Arena or Paul Brown Stadium.

"He was cool, from what I knew," Stone-Knight said.

"He don't seem like the type to do it, but you never know."

Stone-Knight last saw Chambers Tuesday afternoon, he said, when they cashed their checks from work together.

Chambers "never really said a lot," another resident said, "he just comes and goes."

Chambers, 53, was arrested early Wednesday and charged with murder. A judge set his bond at $1 million in court Thursday.

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