Authorities Say Ohio Family Massacre Was A 'Pre-Planned Execution'
Authorities say the victims, all members of the Rhoden family, were shot in the head, and many of them were in their beds.By Katie Link | April 24, 2016
Authorities are now calling the murder of eight family members in rural Ohio a "pre-planned execution."
Newsy's partners at WCPO report that police still don't know how many people are involved in the killing of seven adults and one teenager across four homes in Pike County, Ohio.
The victims have all been identified as members of the Rhoden family. Authorities say the victims were shot in the head, many of them in their beds. Three young children were found uninjured at the different crime scenes.