The Summit County Prosecutor's Office has filed an indictment against the man accused of murdering girlfriend and their five-year-old son.
TALLMADGE, Ohio - Crime scene tape still hangs at the Tallmadge home of a woman and her 5-year-old son who were found dead over the weekend.
Tallmadge police said they will meet with Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigations agents on Thursday to go over evidence in the death of Wendy Ralston, 31, and her son Peyton.
Part of the crime scene at and around Ralston's Stone Creek Drive duplex has been cleared. Police are guarding the area, and yellow crime scene tape remains around the house and yard.
NewsChannel5 has obtained photos of the scene where the remains were discovered Saturday afternoon in a wooded area behind the house.
The Summit County Medical Examiner's Office said in a report that they were wrapped in a comforter and sheet, then put in a duffel bag.
On Tuesday, investigators said the remains were being sent to Mercyhurst University in Pennsylvania so an anthropologist could determine time of death. Police said it could take weeks to determine how they died.
Ralston and her son were reported missing by her mother on Aug. 7 to the Tallmadge Police Department. Ralston's 39-year-old live-in boyfriend is considered a person of interest in the case.
A judge has set bond at $1 million Friday for the suspect in the murder of Tallmadge woman Wendy Ralston and her 5-year-old son, Peyton.
Police have charged a suspect in the murder of Tallmadge woman Wendy Ralston and her 5-year-old son, Peyton.
Police say the boyfriend of Wendy Ralston is a suspect in the double-murder. Ralston and her son were found dead near their Tallmadge home.
A professor of anthropology at Mercyhurst University in Pennsylvania is examining the remains of a Tallmadge mother and her 5-year-old son.
Crime scene tape still hangs at the Tallmadge home of a woman and her 5-year-old son who were found dead over the weekend.
Wendy Ralston's live-in boyfriend called police reporting Ralston and their 5-year-old son Peyton missing, according to police reports.
The investigation continues into the deaths of a Tallmadge woman and her 5-year-old who were found dead in a wooded area on Saturday.
The two bodies found in a wooded area in Tallmadge on Saturday have been identified as Wendy Ralston and her 5-year-old son Peyton.
Tallmadge police are investigating the circumstances involving a missing mother and son after two bodies were found Saturday afternoon in the 500 block of Stone Creek Drive.