5 charged in Spotsylvania County triple murder

The Spotsylvania County sheriff’s office has charged five Philadelphia men in connection with a triple murder, that included the killing of a couple and a 14-year-old boy.

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The sheriff’s office began investigating in May 2019 – 10 months ago – when the bodies of 39-year-old Michael Coleman, 34-year-old Rachel Ozuna and her son, 14-year-old Kyruss Ozuna.

Two children – a toddler and an infant – were left in the residence with their deceased parents.

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Detectives charged five men with three counts of first degree murder:

  • James Christopher Myers, 30, of Philadelphia
  • Durward Anthony Allen, 27, of Philadelphia
  • Jamal Kelvin Bailey, 30, of Philadelphia
  • Hugh Cameron Green, 30, of Philadelphia
  • Montel Jaleek Wilson, 26, of Philadelphia

At the time, investigators said the three were murdered with “sharp instruments.”

They have not indicated what the suspects’ motivation may have been.

All five are already in custody in Pennsylvania, according to the sheriff’s office.