Suspect in murders at Chagrin Falls retirement community issued $3 million bond

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Frank Staton

Frank Staton

CHAGRIN FALLS, Ohio — The man accused of murdering two housekeepers at a retirement community in Chagrin Falls has been issued $3 million bond.

Police previously said Frank Staton, 56, of Chardon, admitted to the shootings at Hamlet Village on March 24. He faces charges of aggravated murder, murder and felonious assault.

Terri Treadway, 58, and Catherine Sutter, 58, of Burton, were shot to death.

Investigators said Staton lived with Treadway and the couple were in a relationship.

Chagrin Falls Police responded to the usually quiet retirement community around 8:30 a.m. that day after a neighbor discovered Staton unresponsive in the building’s stairwell.

Police didn’t release where they found Treadway and Sutter, who were longtime Hamlet Village employees.

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