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UPDATE: Double Homicide Suspect Was No Stranger To Police

(MANCHESTER, OH) --

Update: Nick Wolke was apparently no stranger to police.

The Adams County Sheriff's Department says he's facing charges of assaulting the Manchester police chief, and police say this isn't his first domestic dispute either.

The Sheriff's Department believes this was not a case of self defense.

Tiffany Adkins says Wolke and her mom had an on again, off again relationship, but she says she didn't think he was capable of murder, until now.

When asked what she wanted to see happen to Wolke, Tiffany said, "For him to rot in hell."

Police believe Wolke would have run further than Clermont County, but he ran out of gas. They traced a phone call he made to a friend and were able to arrest him.

Update: 3:30 p.m. FOX19 has learned that there were three other people at the house at the time of the shooting, a 15-year-old, a 16-year-old and a 1-year old. However, the house did not have any phones, so they were not able to get help right away.

According to the woman's daughter, who came home to find her mother shot, it was a domestic dispute.

"My two little sisters came running out the house and said Nick shot my mom and brother in the head," said Tiffany Adkins.

The family has identified the victims as Denise Blanton and Jonathan Gilikson.

Meanwhile, the suspect, Nick Wolke, has left Clermont County and is back in Adams County.

Update: 10:30 a.m. FOX19 has learned that the suspect, Nick Wolke, has been arrested in Bethel, in Clermont County, and charged with two counts of aggravated murder.

Wolke is being held in the Clermont County jail pending his return back to Adams County.

Update: 8 a.m. The Adams County Sheriff's Department has released the name of the suspect. He is 47-year-old Nick Wolke, the boyfriend of the mother. He has not been arrested and no charges have been filed

Previously: Police are investigating a double murder in Adams County.

Police were dispatched to Brown Hill Road around 2:15 a.m.. Ohio State Police say the victims are a 38-year-old woman and her 21-year-old son.

Police are looking for a suspect.

FOX19 has a crew at the scene and will bring more information as it becomes availalbe.

FOX19.com staff with information from The Associated Press

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