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Rhoden family of eight killed in Pike County, Ohio - shooter(s) on the run

Discussion in 'Crimes' started by MadgeS, Apr 22, 2016.

  1. Paradise

    Paradise Bronze Member

    I think that just came out yesterday.
     
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  2. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    This is quite interesting indeed. I hope the Wagners moving from the property turns up something the detectives can latch on to so this horrible crime can be solved!
     
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  3. Paradise

    Paradise Bronze Member

    James Manley arrest warrant. As of a couple of hours ago he hadn't been booked
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  5. fran

    fran Administrator Staff Member

    Brother of victim in unsolved Rhoden family murders appears in court

    WAVERLY, Ohio — The brother of one of eight victims of an unsolved southern Ohio massacre has appeared in court for a hearing on evidence-tampering and vandalism charges over allegations he destroyed a GPS tracking device.

    Forty-year-old James Manley, of Peebles, appeared in Pike County Court on the felony charges Wednesday. A judge set an $80,000 bond. Court records don't indicate if Manley has an attorney.

    read more ....... http://www.10tv.com/article/brother-victim-unsolved-rhoden-family-murders-appears-court
     
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  6. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    I wonder what the significance of the tracking device is about? I mean, would it cover up his tracks to the Rhodens' place?
     
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  7. Paradise

    Paradise Bronze Member

    The GPS was only placed on the truck last month. After James Manley supposedly failed a polygraph. James also supposedly texted Jake Wagner on the morning of the killings.
     
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  8. fran

    fran Administrator Staff Member

    What’s next in the Pike County murders investigation?

    Many of the next steps in the Pike County murders investigation remain known only to authorities, but a recent arrest of victim family member James Manley means the 13-month-old case will remain in the news.

    Manley, 40, was released Wednesday from Ross County Jail after his wife posted 10 percent of his $80,000 bond. He will be subject to random drug tests as part of his release. He faces charges of tampering with evidence, a third-degree felony, and vandalism, a fifth-degree felony, for allegedly destroying a state GPS tracker on his truck.

    Manley is not charged in the murders, nor is anyone else. The Ohio Attorney General’s office would not say if Manley, or any other person, is a suspect in the murder case

    Here’s a look at the next steps in Manley’s case:

    read more .......... http://www.daytondailynews.com/news...murders-investigation/a6QrYNyNPrhYMbDxMiPJKP/
     
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