Double homicide identities reported by MCSO


By Rhonda Bletner - [email protected]



Police tape bars the driveway of a Township Rd. 50 residence in Morrow County where upon a well-being check sheriff’s deputies found two deceased victims. Charles Fink, of Mansfield, was arrested as a fugitive in Kentucky.

Police tape bars the driveway of a Township Rd. 50 residence in Morrow County where upon a well-being check sheriff’s deputies found two deceased victims. Charles Fink, of Mansfield, was arrested as a fugitive in Kentucky.


Brandon Little | Galion Inquirer

UPDATEED JUNE 10

MORROW COUNTY — The Morrow County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) is currently investigating a suspected double homicide. On June 7, 2022 Morrow County Deputies were dispatched to a residence in Troy Township for a well-being check. Upon their arrival, deputies located two victims both deceased.

Friday the Morrow County Sheriff’s Department reported the identities of the victimes. The victims of the alleged double homicide in Morrow County have been identified as Linda L. Fink age 69 of Township Road 50 and Robert H. Adams age 67 of Township Road 50.

Ohio BCI was contacted Tuesday evening to process the suspected crime scene and to gather possible evidence. While they are assisting the investigation, MCSO remains the lead investigation unit.

On Wednesday, June 8, Morrow County deputies filed a warrant for the arrest of Charles D. Fink, 61, of Mansfield for murder in connection to the recent alleged double homicide in Troy Township.

According to Morrow County court records, Fink was charged with Domestic Violence Oct. 28, 2021.

Fink was arrested as a fugitive Tuesday by the Owen County, Kentucky sheriff’s office and is currently being held in the Carroll County Detention Center in Kentucky.

“While this matter remains under investigation and not much information can be released at this time, I want to assure the public that there is currently no threat to the residents of Morrow County. More information will be released as it is made available,” said Sheriff John Hinton in a report issued Wednesday.

Police tape bars the driveway of a Township Rd. 50 residence in Morrow County where upon a well-being check sheriff’s deputies found two deceased victims. Charles Fink, of Mansfield, was arrested as a fugitive in Kentucky.
https://www.galioninquirer.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/38/2022/06/web1_DSC04956-5.jpgPolice tape bars the driveway of a Township Rd. 50 residence in Morrow County where upon a well-being check sheriff’s deputies found two deceased victims. Charles Fink, of Mansfield, was arrested as a fugitive in Kentucky. Brandon Little | Galion Inquirer

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By Rhonda Bletner

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