Woman’s Body Found in Home of Dating App ‘Predator’ Linked to Another Death Investigation

A Wisconsin man who was arrested last month for kidnapping an elderly woman and victimizing several women he met on dating apps is reportedly at the center of two death investigations.

A law enforcement source told WDJT that the mother of suspect Timothy Olson found a woman dead in their shared home in Racine on November 8. The following day, Olson allegedly drove the deceased woman’s car to Illinois and abandoned it.

According to the news outlet, Olson is being investigated for a woman’s death which occurred two weeks after the incident at his home. In that case, Kim Mikulance, 55, died days after she lost consciousness while with Olson at a Milwaukee bar.

Authorities have not publicly named the deceased woman in the November 8 case. The law enforcement source also told WDJT that her body was discovered in Olson’s bed.

Olson was arrested on November 29 while facing allegations that he scammed three women who lost consciousness while with him and kidnapped a 79-year-old woman.

Franklin police charged Olson with kidnapping, identity theft, and burglary for a November 23 incident. According to WDJY, the incident entailed Olson approaching an elderly woman who was drinking at a restaurant and asking to buy her a drink.

After the victim declined and left the restaurant, Olson allegedly cornered her in the parking lot and held her against her will in her car for several hours while claiming to have a gun. He is also accused of stealing credit cards and cash from the victim.

In early November, Racine police warned the public about Olson victimizing women he met on dating apps. Olson was later linked to three victims in different jurisdictions — including a woman who claimed she was “roofied,” according to WITI.

From behind bars, Olson told the news outlet that he never drugged women and that they give him gifts, including credit cards.

“These women lie, and everybody believes it,” he commented.

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[Featured image: Timothy Olson/Racine Police Department]