A Year Later: Update on Rhoden Family Killings

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WHBC) – Attorney General Mike DeWine says “significant progress” has been made in the investigation into the death of eight members of the Rhoden family in Pike County a year ago.

But, little new information was offered at a press conference on Thursday.

DeWine does say that investigators don’t believe everyone is being forthcoming.

He thinks that’s out of fear of retaliation or getting into trouble themselves.

On April 22, 2016, seven adults and a teenage boy were shot to death at four separate homes in the county.



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