New Details In Brutal Murder

New Details In Brutal Murder

There are 142 comments on the WKRC-TV Cincinnati story from Jan 11, 2006, titled New Details In Brutal Murder. In it, WKRC-TV Cincinnati reports that:

There is new information on a gruesome holiday murder in Clermont County. Late Wednesday, a Clermont County Grand Jury indicted 27 year-old Jeffrey Eberle on aggravated murder charges in the December 15 death ...

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none

Cincinnati, OH

#22 Sep 19, 2006
what about the other guy that turned jeff in? Is he gettin off scottfree?
Batavia

Alexandria, KY

#23 Sep 19, 2006
There is no crime in turning someone in. Have you any compassion for the Fish family? What are you talking about? Turned Jeff in? Whoever turned him in, did the right thing. It's over.
none

Cincinnati, OH

#24 Sep 20, 2006
Batavia wrote:
There is no crime in turning someone in. Have you any compassion for the Fish family? What are you talking about? Turned Jeff in? Whoever turned him in, did the right thing. It's over.
I am glad that justice was served against Jeff Eberle. Personally I think he should have gotten the death penalty. Below is the original news story from Channel 9. It says the his roomate Jason Evick and Jeff murdered Michael Fish. This guy should fry too, but there has been no mention of him since this..... No one deserves what Michael Fish got, no one.
New Details In Brutal Murder
LAST UPDATE: 1/11/2006 6:38:07 PM
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There is new information on a gruesome holiday murder in Clermont County.
Late Wednesday, a Clermont County Grand Jury indicted 27 year-old Jeffrey
Eberle on aggravated murder charges in the December 15 death of Michael
Vincent Fish from Sharonville. Local 12's Rich Jaffe shares an exclusive
look inside this brutal murder. The murder of Michael Fish was so brutal
that even veteran investigators and prosecutors are a little shocked.
Wednesday afternoon I managed to obtain the search warrant that led to
Eberle's arrest, and the tale it tells is chilling. According to
investigators, Michael Fish's mother reported him missing on December 19.
Fish's girlfriend told investigators that Jeff Eberle came to the
Sharonville Days Inn, where she was staying with Fish, and then left with
Fish in Eberle's rented Dodge Neon on December 15. The car was later found
burned. With Sharonville Police working the missing persons case, Clermont
County investigators arrested Eberle's roommate Jason Evick January 4.
Investigators say Evick told deputies, he and Eberle killed Michael Fish at
1325 State Route 749 in Pierce Township, a piece of property ironically
called Tranquil Valley. It was here, Evick says, they hit Fish with
shovels,
then dragged the body to an outbuilding and set it on fire. They later
returned and dumped lime on it in an effort to destroy the evidence. Fish's
body was recovered January 5 in Clinton County. The burned out car has also
been recovered. Eberle's expected to be arraigned on the new charges
Thursday in Clermont County.
close to michael fish

New Richmond, OH

#25 Sep 20, 2006
check out the courts websight, Jeff decided to plea guilty for life in prison, and possible parole in 20 years. Michael deserved better then this, I knew him personaly and kind of grew up with him through my step dad, I know michale's parents very well and still talk to them on occasion. I only hope that somehow someway jeff will waste his life in prison, if not given the death penality
none

Cincinnati, OH

#26 Sep 21, 2006
close to michael fish wrote:
check out the courts websight, Jeff decided to plea guilty for life in prison, and possible parole in 20 years. Michael deserved better then this, I knew him personaly and kind of grew up with him through my step dad, I know michale's parents very well and still talk to them on occasion. I only hope that somehow someway jeff will waste his life in prison, if not given the death penality
I have checked it out, but i am so curious to why the other guy mentioned has gotten nothing. I hope Jeff has a miserable existance in prision too.
close to michael fish

New Richmond, OH

#27 Sep 21, 2006
the only thing that I can think of is that he might have a deal worked out where he plead guilty for the murder, and might have gotten off with that, that is the only thing that I can think of
none

Cincinnati, OH

#28 Sep 22, 2006
Yeah, but I know the guy and he is a nut too. He has a very violent past as well. It just doesn't seem fair. But at least Jeff will pay; if you call living in jail justice.
NONE

Cincinnati, OH

#29 Sep 22, 2006
WHERE DID JEFF GO TO HIGH SCHOOL? I THINK I KNOW HIM
none

Cincinnati, OH

#30 Sep 22, 2006
NONE wrote:
WHERE DID JEFF GO TO HIGH SCHOOL? I THINK I KNOW HIM
MIlford, I think.
unknown

Cincinnati, OH

#32 Sep 26, 2006
Everyone wants Jeff to fry. What about this Jason Evick? He turned Jeff in to save himself and will walk. He delivered clothing that did not have any connection to the murder and said it was Jeff's. How did he know the where abouts of all the articles of clothing unless he was part of the murder. If the evidence did not have any DNA of Fish or Jeff, then were is the clothing that was worn that evening? If this murder was as brutal as decribed than why is there no evidence that can tie someone to the murder. Did you ever try to get blood out of clothing? It is next to impossible. DNA does not merely disappear or wash off laying in the snow.
Enough

United States

#33 Sep 28, 2006
Ok, for God's sake, it's OVER, Jeff will spend his life in jail, and his family agreed to that punishment! Leave it alone...the cops, detectives, and judicial system did their jobs. Obviously, Jason Evick did not do enough to be convicted of a crime, and Jeff did. Move on!
none

Cincinnati, OH

#34 Sep 29, 2006
Enough wrote:
Ok, for God's sake, it's OVER, Jeff will spend his life in jail, and his family agreed to that punishment! Leave it alone...the cops, detectives, and judicial system did their jobs. Obviously, Jason Evick did not do enough to be convicted of a crime, and Jeff did. Move on!
Jason Evick is a sick and extremely violent person- In fact, he is being sentenced for his 3rd count of domestic violence today. If he had anything to do with this- which he obviously did- then he should pay the price too. Justice hasn't been completely served just because Jeff Eberle has been convicted.
none

Cincinnati, OH

#35 Sep 29, 2006
unknown wrote:
Everyone wants Jeff to fry. What about this Jason Evick? He turned Jeff in to save himself and will walk. He delivered clothing that did not have any connection to the murder and said it was Jeff's. How did he know the where abouts of all the articles of clothing unless he was part of the murder. If the evidence did not have any DNA of Fish or Jeff, then were is the clothing that was worn that evening? If this murder was as brutal as decribed than why is there no evidence that can tie someone to the murder. Did you ever try to get blood out of clothing? It is next to impossible. DNA does not merely disappear or wash off laying in the snow.
I agree with you. I did not here those details about Jason Evick and the clothing, but I know first hand about how violent Jason Evick is. He has gotten away with murder and I guarantee he will brag about it just like he has done with every other thing he has gotten away with.
Enough

United States

#36 Sep 29, 2006
Sounds like you just have a vengence out for Jason Evick...I hope you realize how sick it is that you don't even really care that a mans life was taken, all you care about is some vendetta that you obviously have against Jason. I guess you don't care what price someone has to pay, even with his life, as long as they blame the person that you hold a grudge against right? Jeff Eberle did the crime, that is what the court system has decided, that is what Michael Fish's family agreed to. He is paying the price for that crime. It's not up to you to decided who or what else was involved, unless you know more than you are saying....were you there? Did you witness the crime? If you didn't, then you don't have a clue as to what happened there. That is for the detectives and judicial system to determine, and they did that. Stop trying to convince everyone that you care about what happened to Michael Fish, you don't, all you care about is the fate of Jason Evick...if you have a personal matter with him, using this case is not the way to deal with it.
none

Cincinnati, OH

#37 Sep 29, 2006
This is a freaking message board- and the title of it is "New Details In Brutal Murder" we all have our own opinions. I am not trying to convince anyone of anything. If 2 people are involved then they should both pay the price, plain and simple. How can the Fish family have peace if Jason gets a slap on the wrist??? If you knew him you would understand, but you don't so.... Get grip.
Enough

Alexandria, KY

#38 Sep 29, 2006
It's over. The Fish family does not need this/ Please stop it. Eberle will never get out of prison. Case closed. The one's here that are talking about Jason Evick just hate him. They would do anything to get him into trouble. I say: "Get a life." This is my last time on this message board. No need to respond. It's over.
Enough

United States

#39 Sep 30, 2006
Like I said before and will say again, it's not for YOU to decide who was involved. You can't possibly know what happened, unless you were there. And if you were, then it sounds like they need to investigate you too. IF 2 people were involved, both would have gotten punished. Obviously, the Fish family agreed that Jeff will spend his life in jail, he will be the one to pay for the crime that HE did. If they didn't like that, they would have said no, they would have wanted more than that. They didn't. SO, as I said before, case closed. You are the one that needs to get a grip. And I agree with the person above, no need to respond, I have no time for idiotic people that THINK they know how to handle the job of the judicial system.
New Richmond

Lebanon, OH

#40 Sep 30, 2006
Everyone loses here. Fish's lost a son; as did Eberle's; I don't know why Evick's didn't? The judicial system is lacking and often will just go for the quick fix. Anyone that feels justice has been served is sorely mistaken and misinformed.
none

Cincinnati, OH

#41 Oct 2, 2006
New Richmond wrote:
Everyone loses here. Fish's lost a son; as did Eberle's; I don't know why Evick's didn't? The judicial system is lacking and often will just go for the quick fix. Anyone that feels justice has been served is sorely mistaken and misinformed.
I agree with you completely. It is hard to just say case closed when it truely should not be. A plea bargin is not justice in my opinion.
none

Cincinnati, OH

#42 Oct 2, 2006
Enough wrote:
Like I said before and will say again, it's not for YOU to decide who was involved. You can't possibly know what happened, unless you were there. And if you were, then it sounds like they need to investigate you too. IF 2 people were involved, both would have gotten punished. Obviously, the Fish family agreed that Jeff will spend his life in jail, he will be the one to pay for the crime that HE did. If they didn't like that, they would have said no, they would have wanted more than that. They didn't. SO, as I said before, case closed. You are the one that needs to get a grip. And I agree with the person above, no need to respond, I have no time for idiotic people that THINK they know how to handle the job of the judicial system.
May peace be with you....

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