MOUNT VERNON — Knox County Coroner Dr. Jennifer Ogle spoke to the News Friday about the challenging work she and Licking County Coroner Robert Raker face as they continue to conduct autopsies on the three Knox County homicide victims discovered in a wooded area west of Fredericktown, Thursday afternoon.



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6 Responses to “Ogle seeks answers in homicide case”


    His girl leaves him, now he cant pay the bills, goes back to robbing.
    Then he gets caught red handed, freaks out cause he knows he will go strait back to jail. He grabs what he can (heard it was a brodhead) and kills, but he cant bring himself to kill the girl.

  2. awakening2lite

    In following this case and reading so many articles on the web, I wanted to say that the reporting by the Mountvernonnews is the best. You bring the details, the up to the minute news, and you do it with integrity and sensitivity. Thanks for the audio, too.


  3. Michael

    I’m just waiting to see how long it takes for the Mount Vernon religious crazies to begin blaming this horrible tragedy on gays, abortion, and the separation of church and state.