Execution Style Massacre Of Eight Family Members May Have Been Caused By Jealousy
The massacre of eight people in a rural neighborhood may have been sparked by a feud over demolition car rivalry, it emerged today.
News of the potential motive came as authorities released the chilling 911 calls that reveal the frantic moments loved ones discovered the bodies eight family members were found shot dead in Pike County, Ohio, on Friday as police still search for one or more shooters responsible.
Police have yet to determine a person of interest who may have murdered members of the Rhoden family.
Members of the family of the slain victims, however, have put forward the theory that jealousy or a dispute over a $3,000 car driven by one of the victims could be behind the murders.
The victims, seven adults and a 16-year-old boy, were found dead at four homes along Union Hill Road, prompting authorities to believe they might be chasing three or more shooters.