Police Issue Warrants After man’s body Found Under Concrete

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CLEVELAND (AP) – Police have charged three people with murder in connection to the death of a California man found buried under 20 pounds of concrete in Ohio.

Cleveland.com reports police issued warrants for the three people, who range in age from 22 to 26, Saturday. A fourth person was arrested on an aggravated murder charge in March and pleaded not guilty.

The men are accused of shooting 41-year-old Nicholas Rowe, also known as Joshua Luckey, and burying him the backyard of a vacant home in Cleveland.

Rowe’s body was found in November 2015.

Court records show an associate of Rowe’s used a tracking device on the man’s phone and found his car with blood inside.

Police later found Rowe’s body after the associate reported seeing a gun in the backyard.

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