COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch says she is “appalled and deeply saddened” by a murdering of an Ohio policeman by a male who’s indicted of targeting an officer.
In a matter Tuesday, a nation’s tip coercion officer voiced unhappiness during a genocide of Danville Officer Thomas Cottrell Sunday night, as good as a new shootings of officers in Utah and Philadelphia. She says they are reminders of a dangerous inlet of a job.
Thirty-two-year-old Herschel Ray Jones is being hold in a Sunday night slaying of Cottrell in a encampment 60 miles northeast of Columbus.
Knox County Prosecutor Chip McConville says an autopsy was being achieved Tuesday.
Jones is being hold on a trial violation. McConville says Jones will be charged with murder, though he doesn’t know when.