Bond set at $2M for murder suspects

Rick StillionSpecial to The News Published:

COSHOCTON -- Bond was set at $2 million apiece for two Cambridge area men accused of killing a man at his Bates Road home last month.

Robert L. McKinney, 45, and Albert L. Clark, 33, were both charged with one count of aggravated murder, an unclassified felony, resulting from the death of David G. Milich, who was found deceased inside his Linton Township home on Nov. 20.

The bond was set during recent hearings in the Coshocton Municipal Court.

Milich was reportedly shot multiple times with a small caliber weapon. The death was ruled a homicide by Coshocton County Coroner Dr. Robert Gwinn.

Preliminary hearings for McKinney and Clark have been scheduled for Dec. 24.

They were arrested by authorities on Dec. 15 and housed in the Guernsey County jail until their court hearing in Coshocton.

The case was investigated jointly by the Coshocton and Guernsey county sheriff's offices after deputies from the two agencies discovered Milich's body.

The home was burglarized after Milich died and authorities have not said if McKinney or Clark are suspects in that incident.

No additional information regarding the case has been released by authorities.

The homicide remained under investigation by the Coshocton County Sheriff's Office.

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