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3 arrested for Covington murder

Donnell Brown (Source: Brown's son) Donnell Brown (Source: Brown's son)
Austin Eash (Source: Kenton County Jail) Austin Eash (Source: Kenton County Jail)
Tiffany Herrera (Source: Kenton County Jail) Tiffany Herrera (Source: Kenton County Jail)
COVINGTON, KY (FOX19) -

Two adults and a juvenile have been arrested for a murder in Covington.

Donnell Brown, 57, was found at 1315 Greenup Street on Thursday.

Police have charged Austin Eash, 21, Tiffany Herrera, 27 and a male juvenile, all of Covington, with murder, tampering with evidence, abuse of a corpse and theft.

Police say Eash and Herrera lived at the address where Brown was found. Police do not think that Brown lived there, but did live in the area.

Brown was found by a person who had been doing work on the property.

Investigators are waiting for the medical examiner's report prior to discussing the cause of death.

The Associated Press is reporting that Brown's estranged wife said his arms and legs were severed. Spike Jones with Covington Police would only say that Brown's body was "mutilated."

Brown's wife said he moved from Burlington to Covington in August and was staying with his son and the son's wife. They last saw him early Monday.

Jones said investigators believe this was an isolated incident and they are confident that they have the right suspects involved.


 

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