$10K Reward In Ohio Family Killing; No Notice For 10 Weeks

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Ohio officials neglected to tell the public for 10 weeks about a $10,000 reward being offered for information about the killing of eight family members, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Ross County Sheriff's Deputy Dave Weber, who oversees the Southern Ohio Crime Stoppers fund, cited a "miscommunication and a misunderstanding" about notifying the public about the reward. "The . . .

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