Samuel E. Sallee, long considered the prime suspect in a May 11 quadruple homicide in Waynesville, was charged Friday with four counts of murder a little over seven months after police launched an investigation into the brutal killings.
“Today, a warrant has been issued for Sam Sallee,” Bartholomew County Sheriff Mark Gorbett said Friday afternoon. “We are confident that the evidence has led us to Sam Sallee, the one responsible for these brutal murders.”
Sallee, 56, has been in police custody since four days after the killings.
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