PORT RICHEY, Fla. (FOX 13) - Saturday was day two of the search for a body at a home in Port Richey, Florida in connection to a triple murder case out of Tarpon Springs, Pasco County deputies say.
The Pasco County Sheriff’s Office has completely blocked the roadway around the home at 10930 Norwood Avenue, east of U.S. 19. where an alleged killer lived with his wife and two children.
Crime scene vans, forensic units, and forensic anthropologists from the University of South Florida continue to look for a body on the property after the discovery of three bodies at a home in Tarpon Springs and the arrest of a man in Ohio.
Officials in Tarpon Springs say 25-year-old Shelby John Nealy is responsible for the death of his in-laws. They tracked him to a residence in Lakewood, Ohio, where he was arrested this week.
His arrest, deputies say, lead them to the home in Port Richey.
Nealy's wife, Jamie Ivancic, is still considered missing. Investigators have not said if they believe her body is on the property, but have said she is missing under "suspicious circumstances."
The couple's young children were taken into protective custody.
Pasco County officials said Friday they were "investigating a report of a possible body located on the site."
"We have been in communication with Tarpon Springs P.D. and are investigating a lead regarding this residence they have provided," PCSO spokesperson Benecia Holder added.