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

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

A suspect in custody in Brunswick, Ohio, is believed to be linked to the disturbing murders of a woman and her two adult children over the weekend. People reported that the mother and two daughters were found dead on Sunday.

All three women's bodies were discovered in a bedroom at the family home, 'tucked up in the same bed, ' on Sunday.

Maier said police do not think that the mother and daughters had any connection to the Johns.

A man suspected of killing a mother and her two college-age daughters may also have been involved in the slayings of a married couple in another city, police said Tuesday. Lake Township is located about 10 miles away from North Royalton, to the south of it.

Authorities arrested and charged George Brinkman with two counts of murder in the deaths of Rogell and Roberta John.

Brinkman was a squatter who was house-sitting for Rogell and Roberta John before they were killed, the Stark County Sheriff's Office said in a news release. It appeared the Johns had been shot, Sheriff Maier said on Tuesday. Brinkman previously was in a relationship with the couple's daughter, sheriff's deputies said.

On Tuesday afternoon, officials in Stark County, Ohio, announced that Brinkman allegedly murdered the Johns in their home shortly after he allegedly killed Taylor and her children.

Police said the man had been inside the home for a few hours and knew the people who lived there.

Brinkman was first arrested for receiving stolen property and unauthorized access of a computer system in Cuyahoga County, OH, in September 1998, according to the Daily Mail online.

George Brinkman, 45, was taken out of his Brunswick home at about 5:30 a.m. after a SWAT team used a Taser on him. The police traced Brinkman using the Global Positioning System signal on his cellphone. There was a woman inside the home, but she was released unharmed. The police said that Brinkman was drinking whiskey while the standoff was occurring, and threatened to shoot himself.

Dave Loeding of the North Royalton Police Department said at a news conference.

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