Brother of victim in unsolved Ohio massacre appears in court

Witness charged with tampering with evidence in Pike County murders

Monday, investigators said they seized a trailer belonging to the family of one of the victims in the Rhoden case.

Relatives told agents for the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigations that Manley found the Global Positioning System on his truck and smashed it on the sidewalk, according to the warrant request signed by BCI Maj. Leonard Manley said he feels police are targeting his family. So Maj. Alan L. Lewis of the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigations secretly put a Global Positioning System device on the frame of Manley's truck on April 22. The last signal received was at 11:35 a.m. April 28, according to the affidavit filed with the criminal complaint. Lewis said he and two other agents went to Manley's home on Monday to "give notice of the court order concerning the Global Positioning System unit".

#BREAKING James Manley has bailed out of jail in Ross County. The device was worth $318.

Manley is the brother of Dana Rhoden, one of the eight victims.

Investigators have never disclosed a motive in the case, nor have they named any suspects in the largest and most complex investigation in OH history.

Meanwhile, a brother of a Rhoden family member has been charged with destruction of a G-P-S device as part of the investigation.

"If they've got a search warrant from the court, they had to prove probable cause to believe that a crime was being committed or had been committed and that this would lead to evidence", Simmons says. Or it was in the "possession of another person with the intent to use the vehicle as a means of committing a crime". A witness has been charged with destruction of a Global Positioning System device as part of the investigation into those murders.

Leonard Manley said his son recently bought the truck and it is not the same truck his son owned the day of the killings just over a year ago. "You can ask anyone in Pike County how my kid was". The record does not list the owner's name. The Pike County sheriff and the OH attorney general's office won't discuss details of any searches or other parts of the investigation into the April 2016 deaths of seven adults and one teenage boy from the Rhoden family.

No arrests have been made in the April 2016 slayings of seven adults and one teenage boy from the Rhoden family.

The victims were Kenneth Rhoden, 44; Christopher Rhoden, Sr., 40; his ex-wife, 37-year-old Dana Rhoden; their three children, 20-year-old Clarence "Frankie" Rhoden, 16-year-old Christopher Rhoden, Jr., and 19-year-old Hanna Rhoden; a cousin, 38-year-old Gary Rhoden; and Frankie Rhoden's fiancée, 20-year-old Hannah Gilley.

PIKETON, Ohio- A man is facing charges in connection with the Pike County murder investigation. There remains a $10,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and a conviction in the case.

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