COLUMBUS (WCMH) — Robert Lee Adams Jr., the second suspect in the Hudson Street quadruple murder that happened in June appeared before a Franklin County judge Thursday.
A judge set Adams’ bond at 10 million dollars. He must also stay away from the prosecution’s witnesses, not possess firearms, not consume drugs or alcohol and commit no further acts of violence.
Adams was brought back into Ohio on Wednesday after his arrest on August 12.
Columbus Police say they were told that Adams was hiding out in Mississippi and they shared that tip with the U.S. Marshals.
Wednesday morning Marshals checked two addresses in rural Oktibbeha County and found Adams hiding in a closet.
According to Oktibbeha County deputies, Adams was with a relative at the time he was arrested.
Also charged is 16-year-old Jordyn D. Wade.
According to police, Adams and Wade robbed five people at the residence in the 1600 block of E. Hudson Street June 13. Police said Adams was the shooter.
According to police, Adams robbed and shot five people at the residence in the 1600 block of E. Hudson Street June 13. Four of the five people shot, died as a result of their injuries.
Police have identified the victims as Angela D. Harrison, 35; Tyajah Nelson, 18; Daniel Sharp, 36; and Michael Ballour, 41.
According to court documents Wade wasn’t the shooter in the deaths of the four victims, but he did allegedly hold the victims at gunpoint and allowed another person to kill them.