Little New Information Gleaned from Rhoden Murders Press Conference


Investigators are offering little new information about the unsolved murders of eight people in Pike County as the one-year anniversary of their deaths approaches, but Ohio's Attorney General says "significant progress" has been made. 

Attorney General, Mike DeWine, said Thursday that investigators believe people still aren't being forthcoming with their information on last year's killings of seven members of the Rhoden Family and Hannah Gilley out of fear their unrelated criminal activity could incriminate them. 

DeWine emphasized that his office's focus is on the homicide investigation. He says investigators will be fair when people come forward.


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