Chad Doerman Wiki – Chad Doerman Biography

An Ohio father allegedly lined up his three young children and executed them with a rifle in his home before waiting on his front step for officers to arrest him. Chad Doerman, who turned 32 in March, so far faces three counts of aggravated manslaughter in Clermont County after the three children were killed and their mother injured at the 1900 block of Laurel Lindale Rd. residence in Monroe Township where he was staying. The shooting unfolded around 4 p.m. Wednesday.

“No person shall intentionally cause the death of another who is under thirteen years of age at the time of the commission of the crime,” the law says. Those convicted of aggravated murder in Ohio “shall suffer death or be imprisoned for life.”

The WLWT report said nothing about a potential motive behind the shooting, but did say the mother of the victims was shot in the hand and called 911, yelling “her babies had been shot.” A person who saw a minor woman fleeing the scene also reportedly called 911 and said the girl told them “her father of hers was killing everyone.”


Authorities confirmed her mother’s worst fears of her while she was in the hospital. The three boys, ages 3, 4 and 7, were pronounced dead at the scene, where his father was allegedly waiting on the front step for officers to show up to arrest him. WLWT interviewed two neighbours, one of whom claimed to have heard “boom, boom” sounds and seven gunshots. Another neighbor, Dan Thomas, reportedly said the shooting is not something that happens in New Richmond.

“It’s just a bad situation. Nothing like that happens in this area, just a really nice, quiet, country area, so to hear this is terrible,” Thomas said. “I’m surprised, to be honest with you. We moved here six years ago, and the place is great, and New Richmond is coming. You just hate to see something like this anywhere.”

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The age of Chad Doerman is 32 years.


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Doerman was initially booked without bond Wednesday at the Clermont County Jail, jail records reviewed by Law & Crime show. Investigators said the incarceration occurred after detectives interviewed the suspect. An arraignment scheduled for Friday morning in Clermont County Municipal Court ended with that bail set at a whopping $20 million, with the local NBC affiliate reporting even more shocking details about the shooting.

Prosecutor David Gast reportedly said the suspect lined up his sons and executed them with a rifle in front of his mother. One of the children was allegedly “hunted” before being executed in the house.

“There has been a full admission in this case, the case is still new, we are still discovering facts. But the evil horror of what we know is impossible to process,” Gast reportedly said. “In an act of incomprehensible cruelty, the father before you lined up his three young sons and executed them in his own home with a rifle. In an act of desperation, the mother at some point grabbed the gun that the father was holding to try to protect them.”


The prosecutor reportedly called the family’s murders “one of the most monstrous, cowardly and cowardly acts we will ever have the misfortune to see.” “He has confessed to what I think is the worst crime, at least I hope so, that I have ever seen in my life,” Gast said. New Richmond Exempt Villages School Districts Superintendent Tracey Miller released statements in response to the triple murder.

“Our hearts are broken once again tonight as we once again ask the community to stand with those affected by this horrific incident,” Miller began, noting that grief counselors would be at Monroe Elementary School on Friday. . In a follow-up on Friday reiterating the availability of resources, Miller said: “No matter how you feel, we want you to know that you are never alone. There will always be someone willing to listen. Please don’t be afraid to ask for help.”

“We have seen this community come together through difficult times before and we have no doubt that people will step up and support each other once again. It’s what makes New Richmond such a special place to live,” added Miller. A preliminary hearing for Doerman is scheduled for 1 p.m. the 26th of June.Read More……


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