Police: Arrests Made In 2010 Scott County Murder Investigation

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Updated: 2/02 12:25 am

Police said they have made arrests in a 2010 murder investigation.

According to officers, a retired Scott County school bus driver, Sue Jones, was murdered in her home in February 2010.

The family has held a vigil every year around the anniversary of her death.

They said police told them Friday night that two people have been arrested for Jones’ murder.

“Every emotion in your body clicks,” Gail Jones, Sue’s daughter, said. “From joy they've got him. Tears, you still don't have her back.”

Gail said for the last four years she has relived that day her mother died.

After hearing who police arrested in the investigation, Gail said none of the family members know the suspect.

“None of us know him. None of us have ever heard of him. What's the connection. There's got to be,” she said.

At the vigil Saturday night, Gail said everyone was asking about the arrests.

Police were going to release the names of the suspects tonight, but called off the press conference.

They said it was because of the ongoing investigation.

“I’d like to say that I'm extremely excited and happy, but I'm just not there yet,” said Bobbi Craig, Sue’s granddaughter. “I'm reliving everything right now and it's going to take a little bit.”

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