Two men were arrested Monday for their connection to two separate homicides that occurred over the weekend.
Daniel Somoskey, 24, of Williamsburg, was arrested on the 3600 block of state Route 133 in Clermont County Monday for his role in the death of one victim, according to Jill Del Greco, spokeswoman for the Ohio Attorney General’s Office.
Stacy Flora, 30, was found shot to death at approximately 2 p.m. Sunday in the 1000 block of Shinkle Hill Road in Georgetown.
She was a mother of three young children.
Somoskey was booked in the Clermont County Jail Monday afternoon but was transferred later that evening to the Brown County Adult Detention Center. He is facing one count of murder.
According to Del Greco, Somoskey was dating Flora or was an ex-boyfriend, although authorities are not sure which is the case at the present time. Flora’s vehicle was located by East Fork Lake.
The body of a second victim, Brenda Housh, 69, was found at approximately 12:43 a.m. Monday in the 6700 block of Stephan Road in Sardinia.
Housh’s grandson, Adam Sweet, 30, was arrested Monday and charged with murder in connection to the homicide.
Sweet was also taken to the Clermont County Jail following his arrest but was transported to the Brown County Adult Detention Center in the early morning hours of Tuesday, March 25.
The Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation is handling the cases, which are both under investigation as homicides, Del Greco said.
“We did not do anything on the two deaths because the BCI and [the coroner] are investigating,” said Brown County Sheriff Dwayne Wenninger.
Both suspects were arraigned 1 p.m. Tuesday in Brown County Municipal Court through a video feed from the jail.