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Coshocton Rd. Murders - What we Know


By Timothy Perry


September 30, 2015 - 5:27 PM

Updated September 30 2015 - 6:10 PM


Mount Vernon - Two females, Sandra Lee Stelk, 50, and Jaime Linn Barber, 23 were found dead at 18628 Coshocton Rd. According to the Prosecutors office, both victims lived at the residence. According to the Knox County Sheriff, investigators have not yet established the exact manner in which they were killed.

Wanted in connection with this incident is Travis Bonham, 31, of Mount Vernon. Investigators are continuing to search for Travis Bonham. Travis is the son of Stelk and the boyfriend of Barber. He is described as a white male, heavily tattooed, average build, medium height. It is believed that he is driving a black 2011 Dodge Charger license plate STELK2. He is said to have ties to the Utica and Newark area and may be heading for Licking County.

Knox County court records show that Bonham was convicted of receiving stolen property, a fifth degree felony and hypodermic possession in 2014 and was released from prison on July 31 of this year. He also has had numerous domestic violence charges against him in Licking County.

The vehicle that he may be driving is registered to Sandra. It is a black 2011 Dodge Charger, license plate "STELK 2".

-Police are investigating at his residence at Apt 702 in the Vernon Ridge apartment complex on Follin Ave. Bonham was found to not be inside.

-Police responded to a report that the vehicle was sighted at the Old American National Can property off Marion Rd. After a check, officers were able to determine that Bonham's vehicle was not in the area.


      
(Jamie Barber)         

(Sandra Stelk)
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