Meigs county shooting suspect in custody

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POMEROY, Ohio (WTAP) - Update 7/12/2019
Meigs County Sheriff Keith Wood says that Tammy Neace, who is accused of shooting Kelli Markins, has turned herself into deputies.

This is the car Tammy Neace may be driving.

Sheriff Woods says Neace walked into the Sheriff's office around midnight Friday morning where she was taken into custody.

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Update: 7/8/2019

Deputies in Meigs County, Ohio continue following up on leads in the search for Tammy Neace, accused of shooting Kelli Markins, who later died.

Sheriff Keith Wood says the office has received tips Neace might have visited the Parkersburg area.

Her description is listed below.


7/4/2019

The Meigs County Sheriff’s Office is searching for a woman allegedly involved in the shooting death of another woman. The shooting happened about 5:30 p.m. Wednesday in Pomeroy.

Authorities said a the parents of a young child had a child-visitation exchange set on Osbourne Street in Pomeroy. When the child’s father and paternal grandmother got there, Tammy Neace, 45, of Pomeroy, the maternal grandmother, shot at them.

Kelli Markins, 42, of Pomeroy, the child's paternal grandmother, was struck multiple times. She was pronounced dead at Holzer Meigs Emergency Department after being taken there in a private vehicle.

As a result, the Meigs County Sheriff’s Office has filed a aggravated-murder against Neace.

She's described as a white female, 5 feet, 5 inches tall, 105 pounds, with brown hair and green eyes. She is believed to be in a white 2001 Hyundai Accent four-door sedan with Ohio license-plate number FIX8138.

Wood said she should be considered armed and dangerous but added that she may have left the Pomeroy area.

Anyone with information about where she might be is asked to call Sgt. Frank Stewart at the Meigs County Sheriff’s Office at 740-992-3371 or any local law-enforcement agency.



 
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