Wife among those indicted in 2011 cold case murder of Newbury Township man

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Randy Scheffield's family released this photo of him at today's press conference
Randy Scheffield's family released this photo of him at today's press conference

GEAUGA COUNTY, Ohio -- Authorities say that three arrests have been made in connection with a cold case murder in Newbury Township.

According to the Ohio Attorney General's Office, Randy G. Scheffield, 53, was found dead in his home on Dec. 27, 2011. He had a gunshot wound to the head.

At a press conference on Friday afternoon, authorities said those indicted are: Randy's wife, Doretta Scheffield, 64; Doretta's son, David "Tig" Rowles, 34; and his girlfriend, Gina Battaglia, 31.

All three suspects appeared in court today and pleaded not guilty; bond was set at $250,000 for both Scheffield and Rowles. Bond was set at $100,000 for Battaglia.

Randy Scheffield operated a business, Scheffield Lawns Inc., out of his home.

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