South Lebanon murder suspect loses cool during video arraignment
A murder suspect lost his cool Tuesday morning at his video arraignment when prosecutors asked that he be denied contact with his wife and co-defendant. Christopher G. Kirby, 38, and Jacqueline R. Kirby, 30, stand charged with murder, attempted murder, aggravated robbery and receiving stolen property in a case that left a woman dead and man in critical condition on Sept. 15. A Warren County judge set bond at $250,000 for both suspects on Tuesday. Officials still haven't said exactly how the murdered woman was killed, but they said she was covered with a blanket and cold to the touch when police found her. Police also said they found blood in several rooms of the home on West Broadway Street, where the Kirbys also resided. The prosecution originally asked that Christopher Kirby's bond be set at $1 million because of the "violent attack" that sent the male victim to the University of Cincinnati Medical Center with life-threatening injuries. Both Kirbys are scheduled to appear in court on Thursday. Meanwhile, police still have many questions to answer in this investigation. If you know anything, please call the Warren County Sheriff's Office criminal investigations section at 513-695-2525.