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Fri Nov 16, 2018, 05:17 AM

21. Child at center of Ohio mass killing is safe, family says

Andrew Welsh-huggins and Dan Sewell, Associated Press
Updated 8:13 pm CST, Thursday, November 15, 2018

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A child at the center of a custody dispute that may have set off a gruesome Ohio massacre is safe in state custody, her great-grandfather said Wednesday, before one of the four suspects in the killings appeared in court.

Leonard Manley, whose daughter and grandchildren were among the eight people killed in 2016, told The Cincinnati Enquirer the 4-year-old girl is in state custody.

One of the suspects, Edward "Jake" Wagner, was the long-time former boyfriend of 19-year-old, one of the victims, and shared custody of their daughter at the time of the massacre.

On Wednesday afternoon, Wagner's father, another of the suspects, agreed to return to Ohio following his arrest in Kentucky. George "Billy" Wagner III was arrested after being found in a horse trailer in Lexington Tuesday. The 47-year-old Wagner waived his rights to an extradition hearing in a brief appearance Wednesday in Lexington district court.


(It looks as if the child was born when the mother was fifteen years old! Yikes.)

Mother, Hanna May Rhoden, mother of Sophia.

Were eight members of the Rhoden family murdered in an extreme case of ‘hillbilly justice’?
COCKFIGHTING, pot growing; the Rhoden family’s hobbies earned them plenty of rivals but El Chapo was probably not one of them.

Marnie O’Neill@marnieoneill7
news.com.auMAY 7, 20167:44PM

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COCKFIGHTING, pot growing, demolition derby, pitbull breeding. You name it, the Rhoden family of Pike County, Ohio, were into it.

Rivalries go hand-in-hand with such interests and it’s no surprise many of the theories regarding who executed eight members of this ragtag clan last month centre around feuds and turf wars.

But the truth is, the Rhoden family didn’t roll much differently to anyone else in their neck of the woods. They lived in mobile homes on sprawling, rural properties littered with rusty trucks and animal cages, supplementing their incomes selling dope and betting on roosters.

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Clarence “Frankie” Rhoden, 20, was murdered along with his fiancee Hannah Gilley, 20 and six other family members. The couple’s two small children, one just four days old, were spared.Source:Supplied


(Many photos in this article from Australia.)

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