The adoptive son of an aged couple who have been killed over a decade in the past in Tennessee has been arrested in reference to their murders, authorities mentioned.
William Roger Campbell, 63, was indicted by a grand jury on two counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of William and Ina Campbell, 82 and 81, respectively, and arrested at his dwelling in Lowndes County, Georgia, in June, FOX17 Nashville reported.
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William and Ina Campbell have been discovered useless in their beds at their Clarksville, Tennessee, dwelling on Jan. 29, 2010, police mentioned. Investigators discovered every with a single gunshot wound to the pinnacle.
Campbell was extradited to Clarksville and booked into the Montgomery County Jail on Saturday, WREG-TV reported.
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“These were innocent victims,” Clarksville police Detective Keenan Carlton instructed the station. “These were people who were beloved by their community. They lived in their neighborhood for a number of years. Their neighbors loved them and they’re all happy to see some resolution.”
Carlton credited detectives who labored the case a decade in the past for laying the groundwork in the investigation and mentioned a current evaluate of the case allowed detectives to place “the final piece” of the puzzle collectively and arrest Campbell.
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