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OTTAWA, OH (Toledo News Now) -
With the release of 911 logs from last Thursday, we now
know what the mother of Ottawa teens Blake and Blaine Romes told police when
she discovered them missing.
Shellie Grothause told dispatchers Thursday morning she
was unable to reach her son while she was at work, so she stopped by her
trailer in Ottawa. What she found was her two boys missing, along with
17-year-old housemate Michael Fay and her Chevy HHR.
She discovered a handgun, and enough blood that hospitals
were contacted. The Bureau of Criminal Investigation was called to the scene
for a possible homicide investigation.
An Amber Alert was posted for the three boys, and
canceled after police found Fay with the vehicle in Columbus Thursday
afternoon. Police said Fay provided locations for the bodies of the Romes
One body was reportedly pulled from beneath a trailer at
the Ottawa trailer park, another found in a ditch nearby.