Man indicted in Chagrin Falls retirement home shooting that killed two

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CHAGRIN FALLS, Ohio-- The man accused of killing two housekeepers at a Chagrin Falls retirement community was indicted on Friday.

Frank Staton, 56, faces two counts each of aggravated murder and murder, as well as four counts of felonious assault.

According to Chagrin Falls police, Staton shot Terri Treadway and Catherine Sutter at the Hamlet Village on March 24. A neighbor found the suspect unresponsive in a stairwell.

No residents of the retirement home were injured.

Staton, a chef at the facility, lived with Treadway. The victims were longtime Hamlet Village employees.

Police said Staton remains in stable condition at an area hospital under guard. A court date will be set when he is released.

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