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Missing man was ‘cut up in a chipper’ and fed to hogs, daughter says

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WAVERLY, Ohio (WCMH) – The daughter of a lacking Ohio man says she has been instructed he was lower up in a chipper and fed to hogs.

Brittney Hewell stated her father, Raymont Willis, 42, was all the time targeted on his kids and grandchildren.

Willis disappeared from his house on July 4, 2020. His disappearance is related to Koby Roush who disappeared the next day and was additionally stated to have been fed to pigs. They’re related by way of a person who overdosed two weeks later, Luke Farmer.

“He was enjoyable. It was all the time about us,” Hewell stated. “After we did get an opportunity to be with him, it was all the time a enjoyable time.”

Brittney Hewell, left, and her father Raymont Willis at her wedding ceremony. (Courtesy Photograph/Brittney Hewell)

Connection to Luke Farmer

WCMH obtained a report by the Ross County Sheriff’s Workplace that confirmed that Farmer was needed for questioning within the disappearance and attainable homicide of two folks in Pike County.

One particular person named in that doc was Roush, the opposite was known as “Willis.” Neither Willis’ nor Roush’s physique has ever been discovered.

Farmer died of a drug overdose 11 hours after deputies looked for him on the request of Pike County Sheriff’s Workplace.

‘Reduce up in a chipper’

Hewell stated a number of individuals who know her household instructed her what occurred to her father was just like tales of what occurred to Roush.

“About my father, sure,” she stated. “He was fed to the hogs, lower up in a chipper and fed to the hogs. I used to be instructed he was in a barrel as nicely.”

She stated she went to the world to seek for him however was afraid for her security.

“Somebody truly whispered to me whereas I used to be sitting in a automotive, ‘I do know the place your dad is,’” she stated. “The individual that [they] stated executed it was standing proper in entrance of me.”

Willis: Sheriff raided my home

Hewell stated she received an out-of-character name from her father between 4 and 5 a.m. on July 4, 2020. Willis instructed her: “The sheriff’s raided my home, however I’ll be OK.” That was the final she heard from her father.

Pike County Sheriff’s Workplace information present that on July 2, deputies and officers from a number of different companies served a search warrant on the house Willis shared together with his associate.

Brokers reported they cleared a tent behind the property and a crawlspace. They ran the plates of the automobile. A educated canine indicated substances in a again bed room and the kitchen.

Logged within the report had been a shotgun present in the main bedroom, a sock stuffed with change, 20 DVRs, a white 2001 Chevrolet Tahoe, a plastic bag with a small quantity of marijuana, and one other small plastic bag of marijuana on the nightstand, in addition to about $1,500.

The report stated it’s closed, cleared on Oct. 30, 2020.

(Courtesy Photograph/Brittney Hewell)

Volunteers seek for Willis

Kelsie Houpe has been looking for Willis as a volunteer since about two weeks after he was reported lacking. She stated she noticed tattoos figuring out KKK and Aryan Nation on the folks she talked to.

She stated going to Waverly took braveness as a result of it’s a former “sundown town.”

“Sure, it did,” stated Houpe, who’s African American. “It was very scary. It was terrifying. However I felt like, it’s now or by no means.”

Houpe made an inventory of locations Willis lived and frequented, together with the final place he was seen on Watson Highway. It’s there that Willis was reported to have run into the woods.

“After I went there, there was truly an enormous leap to even to get into the woods,” she stated. “The man that went with us is nearly 7 ft tall and really slender. And he had bother climbing up there. There’s no method that Raymont simply jumped up there.”

Carry Raymont house

Hewell stated it’s troublesome not understanding what occurred to her dad.

“I simply need closure. I can’t be happy concerning the state of affairs. … It’s totally different having an obituary than a lacking paper. All I’ve is a lacking paper of him, ” she stated. “It’s laborious to maintain happening with life understanding that he’s someplace on the market…and nobody’s making an attempt to trouble to search out him or something.

“It will imply a lot to me, and his different kids, and all people else that desires him house.”

The Pike County Sheriff’s Workplace has not responded to a request for a lacking particular person report or an replace on the search.

When you have any details about the disappearance of Raymont Willis or Koby Roush, name BCI at 855-BCI-OHIO (855-224-6446) or submit a missing persons tip by way of the BCI web site.

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