Jaquan Hall in custody, to face charges in Kane Roush homicide
POMEROY, Ohio – Jaquan Hall is in custody.
Hall is the suspect that was indicted on multiple charges involving the death of Kane Roush in Pomeroy on April 4, 2021. According to Meigs County Sheriff Keith Wood, Hall was arrested by US Marshals in Charleston, West Virginia. Hall is currently being held in a West Virginia facility pending his extradition to Ohio.
Hall, 21, of Charleston, was indicted on June 17, 2021 by a Meigs County Grand Jury. Hall was indicted for Aggravated Murder, an unclassified felony, Murder, an unclassified felony, Complicity, an unclassified murder, and Conspiracy, a felony of the first degree.
Throughout the case the Meigs County Sheriff’s Office has been assisted by multiple law enforcement agencies including Ohio BCI, West Virginia State Police and other agencies.
“It’s good to have this a step closer to an end to this tragic situation. I want to thank they US Marshal’s Office for this dedication and capture of Hall,” said Sheriff Wood.
Further details have not been released, but the Meigs Independent Press will continue to update this story.
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