Family Members Ask for Information on Ohio Killings
Wochit Headline News - Friday, 21 April 2017 (1 week ago)
In a video released Friday, family members related to eight people slain in Ohio a year ago asked for information that could help solve the massacre. The reward for information in the case is currently at $10,000, which is small compared to other rewards offered in other high-profile cases in Ohio and around the US. According to investigators, people are reluctant to make donations because of the alleged criminal activity by one the victims, Christopher Rhoden Sr. Police say that Rhoden was operating a large-scale marijuana operation on his property where him and seven others were found slain.
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