Suspected for fatally shooting four people in Ohio captured in Kansas

A man who killed four people Friday at multiple crime scenes in Ohio has been detained in Kansas, police announced Saturday.

on Friday, Stephen Marlowe, 39, was charged with four counts of grievous murder. However, even after escaping till around 10 pm on Saturday night, he could not be caught. He is now awaiting extradition by local authorities.

Marlowe, considered armed and dangerous, fatally shot four people in the Dayton area. Eva And clyde knox was found dead in his home, and Sarah Anderson And after some time his 15-year-old daughter was found.

Marlow then fled the area in a white 2007 Ford Edge SUV. The suspect was later placed on the FBI’s Most Wanted list.

Butler Township police chief said, “We are working to determine whether there is a motive for this horrific tragedy or whether mental illness played a role.” John Porter Told. He said it was the neighborhood’s first violent crime “in recent memory”.

Marlowe recently received probation in February 2020 on charges of aggravated robbery and aggravated endangerment. Those allegations come from an incident in a Dayton-area suburb in July of 2019.

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