Man Admits Guilt in OH Slaying of Father, Daughter

CELINA, Ohio (AP): One of two men charged in the 2011 home-invasion slayings of a disabled man and his daughter at their western Ohio farmhouse has pleaded guilty. Nineteen-year-old Trevin Sanders pleaded guilty Thursday in Mercer County, north of Dayton, as part of an agreement with prosecutors. His sentencing is scheduled for April 15. Sanders and 23-year-old Bryant Rhoades were charged in March 2013 in the slayings of 47-year-old Colleen Grube and her 70-year-old father Robert Grube. They were found dead and bound by duct tape in their ransacked home on a lonely country road surrounded by farm fields outside the village of Fort Recovery.