Sheriff confirms missing 7-year-old boy is among 4 dead as manhunt continues for suspect in Ohio shootings, stabbingOctober 12, 2017 7:41pm

IRONTON, Ohio (AP) — Sheriff confirms missing 7-year-old boy is among 4 dead as manhunt continues for suspect in Ohio shootings, stabbing.

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