Cops: Suspect in 3 deaths may be involved in 2 more killings

Bruno Cirelli
Giugno 20, 2017

The man's arrest follows an nine hour stand-off, with a SWAT team accessing the wanted man's home in pre dawn early morning hours after having barricaded himself inside at a Valley Forge Drive, Brunswick home.

Three adults have been found dead at a home in North Royalton, Ohio, police confirm.

A knife was used in the death of one of the women, but there was no visible sign of how the other two were killed, Detective Dave Loeding of the North Royalton Police Department said at a news conference Monday.

He was taken into custody Tuesday after a standoff in Brunswick. The causes of death weren't immediately clear.

Brinkman's arrest followed the murders of Suzanne Taylor, 45 and her two daughters, Taylor and Kylie Pifer, aged 21 and 18.

Authorities say inmates killed two prison guards during a bus transport in Georgia and are now being sought by law enforcement.

On Monday, June 12, Rogell E. John II, 71, and Roberta R. John, 64, were found shot to death in the bedroom of their Lake Township, Ohio, home. As for the two daughters, police said their injuries were not obvious.

Stark County Sheriff George Maier said Brinkman worked for the couple.

A husband and wife were also found dead at a home in nearby North Canton.

The police department on Monday released the call, on which the mother's bpyfriend tells a dispatcher, referring to Pifer's boyfriend, 'He just said there's a body'. Taylor Pifer was a fashion design student at Kent State, and Kylie was a biology student at Bowling Green State.

Brinkman, 45, is reportedly known to be a squatter and tried to hide out in a home in Brunswick.

OH authorities say a suspect in the slayings of five people in two incidents this week has now been charged in all five deaths.

Stark County filed murder charges against Brinkman on Tuesday.

Brinkman had also allegedly dated the couple's daughter, Maier said.

Their bodies were found after Rogell's son tried but could not reach them on Sunday after the couple had come home from vacation.

Court records do not show any convictions in Medina or Stark counties.

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