Danville Shop Reopens After Triple Homicide

Reported by: Ian Preston
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Updated: 10/28/2013 6:02 pm
A Danville shop where three people were murdered more than a month ago reopened Monday.

ABC Gold Games and More is being temporarily reopened this week while property owner Steve Divine sells off the merchandise and building.

Divine says after all the bills are paid off the money left over will go towards the victims' two young children.

Michael and Angela Hockensmith were murdered inside their shop on the morning of September 20th, along with Dan Smith.

The Hockensmiths' two children were also in the store at the time of the shooting. Police say one of the children called 911.

Kenneth Allen Keith, a pastor in Pulaski County, and owner of Gold Rush Gold Buyers in Somerset, has been charged with the murders.




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