Owensboro triple murder case could end with a death penalty sentence

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DAVIESS CO, Ky --- (WBKO) Daviess County Commonwealth Attorney Bruce Keugel says he seeking the death penalty for Arnett Baines.

Baines was arrested in connection to the triple homicide in Owensboro in January of this year.

Cylar Shemwell was also arrested. According to reports Kuegel says he’s still working through evidence to determine if he can file the death penalty for Shemwell as well.

Baines and Shemwell appeared in court Tuesday morning. The judge set Baines’ bond at $265,000 full cash. $250,000 for murder charges and $15,000 for receiving stolen property and possession of a handgun by a convicted felon.

Shemwell has no bond.