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Suspects in Hampshire County Murder to Face Grand Jury

That's the decision by Hampshire County Magistrate Court, after finding probable cause for Mandy O'Hara and John Shoemaker during Monday's preliminary hearing, while Gabrielle Clutter waived hers.
HAMPSHIRE COUNTY, W.Va. - The three suspects connected to the Hampshire County Murder of Michael O'Hara will now face a grand jury next year. 

That's the decision by Hampshire County Magistrate Court, after finding probable cause for Mandy O'Hara and John Shoemaker during Monday's preliminary hearing, while Gabriella Clutter waived hers. 

Two weeks ago, all three were arrested and charged in connection to allegedly murdering Michael O'Hara, then dumping his body in a river in Hampshire County. John Shoemaker and the estranged wife of Michael O'Hara, Mandy, were charged with first-degree murder. Gabriella Clutter was charged with conspiracy to commit murder. 

Sheriff's deputies say the suspect, Mandy O'Hara, had been battling over the custody of two of their five children. The grand jury will meet Jan. 7, 2014. 

Meanwhile, O'Hara and Shoemaker are being held at Potomac highlands Regional Jail. Clutter has been released after posting a $10,000 bond. 
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