The gruesome slayings have rattled this southeast corner of Appalachian Ohio, a region that culturally identifies more closely with neighboring Kentucky and West Virginia than the states northern cities. [...] Adding to the shock was the discovery of hundreds of illegal marijuana plants on Rhodens property, highlighting the regions dependency on the illegal drug trade as jobs in agriculture and timber have dried up. Audio 911 Calls PRESSER: APRIL 27, 2016 Video Interview with Attorney General DeWine Published 8-13-16 MOD NOTE: You may discuss the criminal records of the family members who were murdered. In light of the grow operations they may be very relevant. Please refrain from posting criminal histories of other individuals who have not been named persons of interest or suspects by LE or simply because they have the last name of the victims or may be a distant cousin or aunt. Stick with the victims for now. That may change as more develops on this case. Minors: You may discuss what is covered in the main stream media regarding the custody of minor children. If posting snips from articles regarding the children please redact their names. These babes are innocents. One day they will google their names or those of their parents. And plenty will come up. Let's be respectful of them and the catastrophic loss they have suffered at such tender ages. Thanks. DO NOT SLEUTH STILL LIVING FAMILY MEMBERS' FACEBOOK PAGES AND POST ABOUT IT HERE. Just don't mention it. Period. Leave the politics, both national and local, at the door. There is no room for them here. Try to keep your speculation broad as LE have given no statements indicating they have POIs or suspects in mind. Rules Etiquette & Information CASE NOTES (courtesy of cujenn81) this link contains locations, distance, victim info, relationships and more. MEDIA LINKS NO DISCUSSION CASE MAP (courtesy of K.L.Puyallup) Preliminary Autopsy Reports Final Autopsy Reports source article Previous Thread (#27) LATEST UPDATE http://fox45now.com/news/local/inves...sacre-evidence Investigators search Adams Co. farm for Pike Co. massacre evidence ADAMS COUNTY, Ohio (WKRC) - Law enforcement officers are searching a farm in Adams County for evidence in the Pike County massacre. That farm is off of SR 32 near Peebles. Police Track Truck of Victim's Brother The warrant, signed by Pike County Common Pleas Judge Timothy S. Hogan, indicated authorities believe the truck was used as a means of the commission of the crime of aggravated murder. Or it was in the possession of another person with the intent to use the vehicle as a means of committing the crime, the warrant stated. The search warrant never names Manley as a suspect, nor does it state that it is tied to the Rhoden homicide investigation.