CELINA, Ohio (WDTN) - The man accused of killing two people in Mercer County is still awaiting transfer back to Ohio.
Trevin Sanders , 18, of Union City, was identified by Mercer County Sheriff Jeff Grey March 27 as the suspect who fatally shot Robert Grube and his daughter Colleen inside their home outside Fort Recovery in November 2011.
Sanders is charged with 27 criminal counts in the case, including two counts of aggravated homicide, kidnapping, aggravated robbery and aggravated burglary.
He is currently being held in prison in Michigan City, Ind. on unrelated charges.
Grey said the date and time of Sanders' transfer has not yet been determined, but when it is, it will not be disclosed for security reasons. Grey said the media will be informed after Sanders is moved to the Mercer County Jail.
A second defendant in the case, Bryant Rhoades, 22, of Union City, was arrested March 26 in Randolph Co., Ind. on a felony charge of obstructing justice for what the Mercer County prosecuting attorney calls hindering the investigation into the Grube's deaths. He's being held in the Mercer County Jail on a $3.5 million bond.
Both arrests came after a 16 month investigation.
"This case has never been cold," said Grey. "We followed up on everything because we wanted to get it right."
Grey said they received 88 tips, and that tips continue to come in.
"We do continue to follow up on tips, he said. "We have received 14 new tips since the press statement last week."
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