Updated Fri, Aug 10, 2012 9:11 am
A 22-year-old Zanesville man is still on the loose after being indicted in the murder of two men in Cambridge.
Guernsey County Sheriff Mike McCauley says 22-year-old Tyler Burrell is still at-large following his indictment in the case.
Burrell and 20-year-old Elgin Mitchell face multiple charges in the June murder case, including two counts each of complicity to commit murder with gun specifications, complicity to commit aggravated robbery and
aggravated burglary and two more counts of complicity to commit felonious assault.
Mitchell is currently being held in the Muskingum County jail.
Sheriff McCauley says the pair has been charged in connection with the shooting death of Christopher Morrison and Justain Nelson on June 24th at the Coventry Estate Apartments in Cambridge.
Earlier this summer 23-year-old Megan Blanchard of Cambridge and 20-year-old Anjomo "Boomer" Churchill of Zanesville were charged and convicted of complicity to commit aggravated robbery in the same
Blanchard and Churchill will be sentenced at a later date.