Update: Family Says Murder Suspect Went to Victims' Funerals.

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Updated: 10/10/2013 9:38 am
Family of the victims from a Danville triple homicide in September, say the man arrested and charged with the murders attended the funerals.

Forty-eight year-old Kenneth Keith of Burnside, KY was arrested Wednesday and charged with three counts of murder and robbery.

Michael and Angela Hockensmith, along with Daniel P. Smith were shot to death in the ABC Gold, Games and More Pawn Shop in Danville on September 28th.

Police say Keith ran the ABC Gold, Games and More before selling the shop in August of 2013.

Michael Hockensmith supposedly worked under Keith for two years.

Danville Police say they worked with Kentucky State Police, Somerset Police and Agents of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Wednesday afternoon to execute search warrants in Pulaski County.

According to investigators, the warrants were served at Gold Rush Gold Buyers, Main Street Baptist Church and the parsonage next to the Church where Keith lives.

He's being held at the Boyle County Jail. According to the District Court in Boyle County Kenneth Keith will have an arraignment next Wednesday.


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