A domestic violence victim support agency is holding a candlelight vigil in Rhinelander Thursday night for the three children who survived the apparent homicide of Thomas and Jennifer Ayers.
Law enforcement believes the three young girls were locked in a room while Jennifer Ayers’ 17-year-old daughter Ashlee Martinson killed her mother and step-father. The couple was found dead Sunday.
Shellie Holmes, Director of Tri County Council on Domestic Violence, says the agency is holding a vigil and collecting donations for the children.
The woman and man found dead in Oneida County were the mother and step-father of the 17-year-old suspect arrested Sunday in Indiana.
The victims have been identified as 37-year-old Thomas Ayers and 40-year-old Jennifer Ayers.
They were found dead Sunday morning at 1625 County Highway C, after a 911 call from a juvenile female reported an emergency at her residence.
The Oneida County Sheriff's Office got the call at about 10:40 a.m. Sunday morning.
If you're not using the prescription drugs in your medicine cabinet, there's a better place to put them than down the toilet.
Area law enforcement says the 7th Annual Take Back Initiative is set for Saturday, October 26 in three Oneida county places.
Oneida County Detective Sergeant Terri Hook says the unneeded drugs will be collected and destroyed....
"We'll take vitamins, we'll take prescription medications...we cannot take anything that has aerosol or something with a sharp, like some kind of injectable...."