HINCKLEY, Ohio (AP) — A northeast Ohio man accused of shooting his brother and sister to death at a home they all shared has been charged with two counts of aggravated murder.
Court documents show that Dean Simms has been charged in the shooting deaths of 52-year-old Cindy Gesaman and 45-year-old Randy Szychowicz. A Medina County judge on Monday set bond for Simms at $10 million.
A message left Tuesday for Simms’ attorney wasn’t immediately returned.
Police say the three lived together at their Hinckley Township home, about 18 miles south of Cleveland.
Cleveland.com reports the 42-year-old Simms can be heard in a 911 call saying he’s “out two siblings” and that it was “not a pretty sight.”
The Medina County Coroner’s Office says Gesaman and Szychowicz died of gunshot wounds to their heads.
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