Brother Of Slain Rhoden Family Member Charged With Evidence Tampering

May 17, 2017

James Manley
Credit Pike County Sheriff's Office

Prosecutors have charged the brother of one of the eight victims of the Pike County slayings with tampering with evidence and vandalism.

Authorities say 40-year-old James Manely destroyed a GPS device being used in the investigation of the murders of eight Rhoden family members. Manley is the brother of victim Dana Rhoden. No arrests have been made in the April 2016 slayings.