The FBI and Canton Police continue to investigate the murder of Pearl Harbor survivor, Bennie Angelo.
CANTON, Ohio - A grand jury in northeast Ohio will consider the murder case involving incriminating statements in the beating and shooting death of an 87-year-old Pearl Harbor survivor in 2007.
A judge in Canton ruled Wednesday that the aggravated murder case against 33-year-old Chester Crank will go before a Stark County grand jury.
During the court hearing, a detective said police have obtained undercover tape recordings in which Crank makes incriminating statements about robbing and shooting the victim.
The Repository ( http://bit.ly/16LuDdi ) reports police think a fire at the victim's house was set to cover up Bennie Angelo's killing.
The suspect is being held on $5 million bond.
His defense attorney challenged the undercover recordings and elicited a police admission that no voice-recognition technology had been used.
A grand jury in northeast Ohio will consider the murder case involving incriminating statements in the beating and shooting death of an 87-year-old Pearl Harbor survivor in 2007.
Canton police detectives have made an arrest in the 2007 homicide of 87-year-old Bennie Angelo.
Canton Police Det. Victor George has solved many homicides in his 23 year career. But there is one that remains unsolved and it bothers him.
A Canton family begs for help from community on the anniversary of the murder of a Pearl Harbor survivor.