Another day, another funeral but no arrests in Pike Co. murders

PIKE COUNTY, OH (WCMH) — Day 12 of the investigation into the murders of eight people in Pike County has revealed little new information.

According to a spokesman with the Ohio Attorney General’s office, investigators continue to process the crime scenes, but no details on possible suspects or motives have been released.

This comes on the same day family and friends gathered to say farewell to the final victim.

Kenneth Rhoden was laid to rest, on Wednesday, in a short burial at the Mound Cemetery.

Rhoden was one of seven family members found shot to death in rural Pike County, on April 22. Hannah Gilley, who was engaged to another victim, was also shot and killed.

Investigators urge anyone with information to call (855) BCI-OHIO or (740) 947-2111.

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