GREELEY, Colo. (CBS4) – A Weld County mother and son are now facing charges for their alleged role in a double murder.
Rosanne O’Donnell and her son Justin O’Donnell have both charged with two counts of being accessory to a crime in connection with the murders of Sheri Pachello and Alisha Johns, which is a felony.
Investigators think the O’Donnells helped suspected gunman Cimmeron Johns by giving him a ride to retrieve a car.
Cimmeron Johns, of Frederick, allegedly chased down his wife and her mother last week and killed them. He then took his own life.
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