In southern Ohio, where he was killed 8 family members found marijuana, said investigators of the public Prosecutor Mike Devine on Sunday at a press conference. Authorities believe that these murders are drug-related.
The cold-blooded nature of the killings occurred in the village of Piketon, a city with a population of about 2,000 people about 90 miles East of Cincinnati. The victims, aged 16 to 44 years, were methodically shot in the head while sleeping in the four residential houses, including a mother with a baby lying beside her, said authorities. The official said that the killings occurred before dawn.
"It was a planned attack on 8 people," said devine. "It was a difficult operation, and those who did it did everything to hinder the investigation and prosecution."
Pike County has 30 thousand inhabitants and deputies can't be everywhere to protect residents, says reader. To the public he said, "I can tell you, if you scared, arm yourself."
Devine said that 50-60 people were interviewed, 18 pieces of evidence were submitted to the laboratory and, at least five searches completed. Seven of the eight autopsies of family members, Rodin was performed, the last of which is scheduled for tomorrow, said devine. The Prosecutor was not informed whether the slain family was involved in any crimes. But at a press conference he confirmed that in 3 places was found marijuana.
The names of the victims: Hannah Gilli, 20
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