Family of victims in triple homicide want answers from investigators
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UNION COUNTY -- Victims' family members in Saturday's triple homicide in Union County said they're being kept in the dark about the investigation.
For a third day, investigators were back out on Landsford Road near Marshville, where neighbors found the bodies of Jerry Marsh, 61; Ronnie Overcash, 46; and Crystal Hicks, 38.
Monday, investigators used a fire truck to take aerial photos of the crime scene. South Carolina investigators are now assisting with the investigation.
Randy Overcash is the son of Ronnie Overcash and said his father didn't deserve to die.
“I don't have any idea who would do such a thing. He was a wonderful person, he would give anything to anybody and give what he could,” said Overcash.
Lisa Mauludin is Ronnie Overcash's ex-wife. She said she wants answers.
“We wish someone would come forward because this is three people, three families that have been torn up,” said Mauludin.
Union County Sheriff Eddie Cathey said no arrests have been made. He asked that people with information call Union County Crime Stoppers at 704-283-5600.