Oneida County Sheriff Closes in on Potential Suspect

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0  Updated at 11:30 am, April 12th, 2013 By: Managing Editor
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(ONEIDA COUNTY, ID)  —   Oneida County Sheriff Jeff Semrad says they are working with the Box Elder County Sheriff’s Office in Northern Utah on the triple homicide in Holbrook,  and that a warrant was served Thursday night.  The Sheriff say together with Box Elder County authorities, they went to a residence in Box Elder County Thursday night, but were unable to make an arrest.   No information is being released as to the reason, or if any evidence was found that would link a suspect to the triple murders committed last Friday.   Sheriff Semrad did say that all the evidence to this point is indicating that these killings were not random, but that there was some form of a relationship between the suspect and the victims.   The investigation is continuing.



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