Three people have been charged in connection with the homicide of 56-year old Pamela Fox of Ravenna. Her body was found earlier this week in her home on King Street.
The woman's son, 20-year old Joseph Fox, of Ravenna, is charged with aggravated murder.
Ravenna police also charged two brothers in connection with Pamela Fox's murder. Jordan Owens, 21 and seen at left, top, of Ravenna is charged with tampering with evidence.
Joseph Owens, 22 and seen a lower left, also of Ravenna, faces a forgery charge.
All three men lived in a house on Riddle Avenue, and all three suspects are in the Portage County Jail.
There was little additional information provided by police following the arrest of the three men.
Police declined to release additional information in the death of Pamela Fox citing the status of the active investigation. Fox's body was found Monday evening at 6:18 p.m. by officers responding to her home at 601 King Street. They arrested a person they described as a "person of interest" at the time but provided few other details.
Autopsy results were not released by the Summit County Medical Examiners office, which conducted the medical examination; officials said they did not want to compromise the Ravenna P.D. investigation, according to news reports from the Ravenna Record-Courier.
Officials with the Portage County Prosecutor's Office and the Bureau of Criminal Investigation were also on the scene of the slaying.
Anyone with information regarding the murder is asked to contact the Ravenna Police Department at 330-296