Rhoden Family Members Make Plea for Tips in Pike County Murders

Almost a year to the day that eight family members were murdered in Pike County, two family members have released a video, pleading for anyone with information about the case to come forward.

Geneva Rhoden and Teresa Grebing say there "has to be someone out there" who has information about the killer or killers.

"It was almost like our world ended when we found out about the killings", they said.

It was April 22nd of 2016 when the Pike County Sheriff's Office found eight members of the Rhoden, Gilley, and Manley families shot and killed in four homes in Pike county. Among the victims--six adults and a 16-year old boy. Three young children, however, were left unhurt during the murders.

Days after the killings, the Attorney General's Office said there was evidence of marijuana growing and cockfighting at some of the places where the victims were found, but they have yet to directly link the murders to those discoveries.

The video, released Friday, can be viewed HERE.

Anyone with information on the Rhoden/Gilley/Manley murders is asked to call BCI at 1-855-BCI-OHIO (224-6446) or the Pike County Sheriff’s Office at 740-947-2111. 

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