Avon - Avon police officers responded to a report of suspicious activity Saturday and took a man into custody who was wanted for murdering his parents.
53-year-old Robert Raff, who also goes by Robert James Ralph, had two warrants on charges of first degree murder out of Chesterfield County, Virginia. Chesterfield County Police say they were doing a welfare check Saturday afternoon when they found the bodies of two people, who turned out to be Raff's parents Jan and Victoria Ralph.
Officers say they received a call Saturday around 9:30 p.m. about a car traveling with no lights no, no license plate and traveling on a rim. Avon Police then pulled him over, and took Raff in on the warrant out of Chesterfield County.
In a police report from Avon police, it says Raff had a weapon and was wearing body armor when they pulled him over.
Raff is in the custody of the Lorain County Sheriff's Office awaiting extradition proceedings. The warrants will be served upon his return to Virginia.
Avon Police say Raff had a weapon and was wearing body armor when they pulled him over. Raff is in the custody of the Lorain County Sheriff's Office awaiting extradition. The warrants will be served once he is return to Virginia.
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