The U.S. Attorney General's Office says three people are in custody accused of holding a woman and her child captive for more than two years.
A man who was identified through a nationwide search 35 years after his death is finally being laid to rest.
Arthur Raymond Flowers was pulled from the Scioto River in 1975. He was identified when his niece saw a clay likeness of him created by investigators in 2012. DNA testing confirmed the findings last week.
Flowers was a patient at the Chillicothe VA Hospital when he disappeared in 1975.
Flowers will be given a military burial Wednesday at Hueston Cemetery in Hardin County.
He was survived by a sister, brother, a sister-in-law, a brother-in-law and 18 nieces and nephews, according to the Chillicothe Gazette newspaper.
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