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John Michael Legg and Frederic Allen Rogers Charged with Capital Murder in 2020 AL Multiple Slayings
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    John Michael Legg and Frederic Allen Rogers Charged with Capital Murder in 2020 AL Multiple Slayings


    Victims include (left to right) Tammy England Muzzey, Roger Lee Jones Jr., Emily Brooke Payne, Dakota Green, William Zane Hodgin, Jeramy Wade Roberts and James Bedford


    John Michael Legg and Frederic Allen Rogers


    Killings of 7 in Morgan County: Who did it? Agencies continue to search

    By Bob Sims
    AL.com

    Officials say they are continuing with every effort possible the hunt for who is responsible for the deaths of seven in Morgan County late June 4, 2020.

    Morgan County Coroner Jeff Chunn said all died of multiple gunshot wounds.

    The county sheriff, DA, coroner and state, federal and other local agencies held a briefing at 1 p.m. But officials did not release details of the investigation. They announced no arrests, but did apologize to their community and expressed their sorrow to the families of the victims. They insisted they believe that while the suspect or suspects are dangerous, they pose no threat to the community.

    Authorities and neighbors say the shooting deaths in a Valhermoso Springs could be drug-related. Friday afternoon they said they started with no leads and no suspects, but many agencies have worked together to progress.

    They did not describe any of that progress.

    The Morgan County Sheriffs Office reported Saturday that the victims are James Wayne Benford, 22, of Decatur; Tammy England Muzzey, 45, of Valhermoso Springs; Emily Brooke Payne, 21, of Valhermoso Springs; Roger Lee Jones Jr., 20 of Decatur; Jeramy Wade Roberts, 31, of Athens; and William Zane Hodgin, 18, of Somerville. The name of the seventh victim, a female, 17, has not been released to the public.

    Deputies are familiar with the residence, with a spokesman saying the county has responded to six calls at the ranch style house in 2020, including three drug overdoses. The house is about 20 minutes from Huntsville.

    This is without a doubt the most significant crime ever in Morgan County, District Attorney Scott Anderson said Friday.

    Our team is resolved to find, arrest and prosecute the person responsible for these cold-blooded murders, said Morgan Sheriff Ron W. Puckett.

    The FBI is also participating in the probe. Officials said they have received at least 100 tips from the public.

    None of the officials would give any details of the case, nor the investigation. They did display photographs of the victims.

    https://www.al.com/news/2020/06/kill...-on-probe.html
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    Two arrested for murders of 7 people in Morgan County

    By Lee Roop
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    Two people have been arrested and charged in the fatal shootings of seven people at a residence in Morgan County earlier this month.

    The Sheriffs Department has a news conference scheduled for noon to provide more details on what investigators called cold-blooded ... heinous homicides.

    https://www.al.com/crime/2020/06/two...an-county.html

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    Two suspects in connection to Valhermoso Springs septuple homicide arrested in Oregon

    By Eric Graves
    WBRC News

    MORGAN COUNTY, Ala. (WAFF) - Two people have been arrested in connection to the early June killings of seven people in Valhermoso Springs.

    The suspects have been identified as 20-year-old John Michael Legg and 23-year-old Frederic Allen Rogers.

    Morgan County Sheriff Ron Puckett says they were arrested in Marion County, Oregon during a traffic stop without incident.

    Legg and Rogers face capital murder charges. The suspects will be extradited back to Alabama.

    Sheriff Puckett says both suspects are from Morgan County, and knew everyone in the house where the murder happened. Puckett says the suspects and at least three of the victims were part of a local club called Seven Deadly Sins.

    One of the suspects have family in Oregon. Sheriff Puckett says the suspects have no criminal record.

    https://www.wbrc.com/2020/06/22/morg...uple-homicide/
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    - Rev. Richard Hawke

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    His poor father doesn't even realize his son is throwing up gang signs while posing for a photo. Photo from John Legg fb page https://www.facebook.com/john.legg.7505
    "I realize this may sound harsh, but as a father and former lawman, I really don't care if it's by lethal injection, by the electric chair, firing squad, hanging, the guillotine or being fed to the lions."
    - Oklahoma Rep. Mike Christian

    "There are some people who just do not deserve to live,"
    - Rev. Richard Hawke

    "Men have called me mad; but the question is not yet settled, whether madness is or is not the loftiest intelligence"
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    Text after 7 killed in Morgan County said everything has been dealt with, affidavit says

    By Patrick Ary and Kelley Smith
    WHNT News

    MORGAN COUNTY, Ala. Two men facing capital murder charges in Morgan County were part of a club and wanted to wipe the slate clean after members disobeyed, according to arrest warrants for the two.

    John Michael Legg, 20 of Danville, and Frederic Rick Allen Rogers, 23, were arrested in Oregon Sunday. The two are wanted for the killings of seven people at a home in Morgan County June 4.

    Their arrest warrants contain information from a witness interviewed by the FBI who said they lived at the house on Talucah Road, reffered to as the club house for the Seven Deadly Sins where the bodies were found. Three of the victims Jeremy Roberts, James Benford and Roger Jones Jr. were also members of the club according to the affadavit.

    The arrest warrant did not give details on what went on at the home that led them to refer to it in that way, but Morgan County Sheriff Ron Puckett said in a news conference that the club had been in the process of dismantling.

    In an interview Wednesday, Morgan County Sheriff PIO, Michael Swafford said the investigation into the club is ongoing. He says there were 6 members of Seven Deadly Sins and it does not appear to be part of any larger group. WHNT News 19 asked what club members did together.

    I think they had some type of plan of things they wanted to accomplish together and as part of doing that you know, you give yourselves a name. Now what all those things were continue to be seen, Swafford said.

    Legg and Rogers were upset the night of the murders about disobediance they perceived toward the club, the witness stated; Legg also was upset over the theft of some firearms. Authorities said the witness told them the two said something to the effect of Were going in there by force and wipe the slate clean.

    The Morgan County Sheriffs Office responded to a 911 call of shots fired about 11:30 p.m. June 4 and found the bodies of Roberts, Benford, Jones, William Zane Hodgin, Emily Brook Payne, Tammy England Muzzey and a 17-year-old girl. All had been shot and their cell phones were missing. A dog also was killed.

    About two hours later, authorities said the witness received text messages from Rogers that said everything has been dealt with and if anyone asks you were going on vacation. Rogers also asked the witness to take care of his cat.

    Authorities tracked Leggs cell phone and determined he cut it off about an hour and a half before the murders. It was turned on briefly the next day in Kansas, they said.

    Authorities said they determined Legg and Rogers were headed to Salem, Ore., where one of them had family. Authorities in Marion County, Ore., spotted them in a Dodge Charger with Alabama plates and took them into custody without incident.

    Sheriff Puckett says both Legg and Rogers did not have a criminal record prior to this incident. How two young people with no criminal record are charged with something like this, is a question that continues to puzzle the community.

    I think as the DA processes the case and begins to piece together what we have learned and have continued to learn, hopefully that becomes clear because I know a lot of people at home want to know how do you go from almost high school age to being able to commit a crime like this, Swafford said. But anytime you get mixed up in things it can lead to other things and potentially thats what happened here.

    Theres no word yet on when Legg and Rogers will be brought back to Alabama. Authorities said they have waived extradition.

    https://whnt.com/news/text-after-7-k...ffadavit-says/
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    Two suspects in killing of seven people arrive back in Alabama to face capital murder charges

    By WAFF Digital News Staff

    MORGAN COUNTY, Ala. (WAFF) - The two men accused of killing seven people and a dog inside a home in Morgan County are back in Alabama and on the way to Morgan County.

    John Michael Legg and Frederic Rick Rogers as they were being loaded into a Morgan County sheriffs office vehicle in *Birmingham. A reporter from our sister station in Birmingham briefly talked to the suspects.


    Do you have anything to say?


    Rogers, no comment.


    Legg, I love you dad. Sorry.


    Both Legg and Rogers are charged with capital murder.


    An affidavit is shedding light on the possible motive behind the septuple murder at a Valhermoso Springs home earlier this month.


    Michael Legg, 19, and Frederic Allen Rogers, 22, are charged with capital murder in the deaths of the seven people killed on June 4. They were arrested in Marion County, Oregon this week. They are waiting for extradition.

    https://www.wbrc.com/2020/06/29/two-...urder-charges/
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    - Rev. Richard Hawke

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    MORGAN COUNTY MASS MURDER SUSPECTS APPEAR IN COURT

    By Ashley Thusius
    WAAY News

    The suspects charged for a mass murder in Morgan County appeared in court on Monday.

    According to court documents, John Legg, 19, had an initial court appearance on Monday, where he was appointed two attorneys. Legg is held without bond, and no other court date is currently set.

    Rick Rogers, 23, also had his initial court appearance on Monday, and two attorneys were appointed to the case. He's also held without bond, and another court date hasnt been set.

    Both Legg and Rogers are charged with capital murder for the shooting deaths of seven people at a home in Valhermoso Springs on June 4. They were arrested during a traffic stop in Marion County, Oregon on June 22 and were booked in the Morgan County Jail Sunday night.

    Authorities say the suspects knew all seven victims. The victims were identified as 45-year-old Tammy Muzzey, 31-year-old Jeramy Roberts, 22-year-old James Benford, 21-year-old Emily Payne, 19-year-old Roger Jones, Jr., 18-year-old William Hodgin and a 17-year-old juvenile.

    https://www.waaytv.com/content/news/...571561301.html
    "I realize this may sound harsh, but as a father and former lawman, I really don't care if it's by lethal injection, by the electric chair, firing squad, hanging, the guillotine or being fed to the lions."
    - Oklahoma Rep. Mike Christian

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    - Rev. Richard Hawke

    "Men have called me mad; but the question is not yet settled, whether madness is or is not the loftiest intelligence"
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