SUGARCREEK TWP, Ohio (WDTN) - Officials said a homicide and kidnapping suspect was capturedaround 8 p.m. Friday evening.
They said 50-year-old Jeffrey Bedinger was taken into custodyafter a police chase and crash.
It happened at the intersection of Wilmington Pike and BridgeRoad in Sugarcreek Township.
Montgomery County Sheriff, Phil Plummer said Bedinger's silverHonda, a mini bus and another car were all involved in thecrash.
Plummer said that out of the fifteen people inside the vehicles,only two suffered minor injuries.
Bedinger is accused of gunning down his 22-year-old stepson,Brandon Haskins, at a Troy apartment on Thursday.
Investigators said the automatic handgun believed to be used inthe crime fell out of Bedinger's car during the crash.
Sheriff Plummer also said the Bedinger confessed to crime at thecrash scene.
Bedinger is also accused of kidnapping his own 7-year-old son,Zane.
Zane was found safe in Indiana Thursday evening after an AmberAlert was issued for the child.
Stay with 2News for continuing coverage of this developingstory.
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