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Man indicted in Hinckley Township double murder

Dean Simms (Source: Hinckley Police) Dean Simms (Source: Hinckley Police)
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HINCKLEY TOWNSHIP, OH (WOIO) -

The Medina County Grand Jury indicted Dean Simms for double murder.

Simms. 42, has been indicted on aggravated murder and murder

Simms is accused of murdering his bother and sister on February 5th. Authorities have identified the victims as Cindy Gesaman and Randy Szychowicz. 

Police say they were all living together at 2629 Babcock Road, where the murders took place.

Simms is being held $1 million bond by Medina County Jail

A court date has not been set. 

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