Tuesday, 9 September 2014

US Timothy Ray Jones suspected in deaths of five children

Timothy Ray Jones is seen in an undated picture provided by the Smith County Sheriff's Department in Smith County, Mississippi 9 September 2014 Timothy Ray Jones was arrested in Mississippi in unrelated charges
A US father is suspected of killing his five children and dumping their bodies in another state, police have said.
Timothy Ray Jones of South Carolina faces multiples charges in Alabama, where the bodies were uncovered, the Associated Press news agency reports.
He was arrested on Saturday in Mississippi on unrelated charges.
The children, ages one to eight, were reported missing on Wednesday, when their mother told police she could not get in contact with her ex-husband.
Wilcox County, Alabama, District Attorney Michael Jackson told the AP the father is suspected of killing the five children in Lexington County, South Carolina, and dumping the bodies in Alabama.
Authorities found the children buried near an Alabama highway after an all-day search on Tuesday, local media reported.
Jones was first named by Mississippi officials.
Smith County, Mississippi, Sheriff Charlie Crumpton told the Clarion Ledger newspaper that Mr Jones was stopped at a safety checkpoint on Saturday and was determined to be driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
When officers ran his vehicle's identification through a national database, he was listed as a missing person.
Mr Jones had told neighbours in South Carolina he was preparing to move out of the state with the children, local media report.

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