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4 members of the same family could face the death penalty in what has become the largest murder case in Ohio state history

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An Ohio grand jury charged four members of the Wagner family with the 2016 murders of eight people on a family farm in Pike County.
Ohio Attorney General and governor-elect Mike DeWine said in a press conference on Tuesday that the victims were “killed in cold blood.”
Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty for all four suspects.

Four members of the same Ohio family could face the death penalty if they are found guilty in the 2016 “execution-style” murders of eight on a family farm in Pike County, Ohio.

In a press conference on Tuesday, Ohio Attorney General and governor-elect Mike DeWine announced the arrests of suspects George “Billy” Wagner III, 47, his wife Angela Wagner, 48, and their sons George Wagner IV, 27, and Edward “Jake” Wagner, 26.See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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