UPDATED: Police find second car connected to man sought in Knox double homicide


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Travis Bonham


Police have found a Red Mustang believed to have been driven by a man wanted for questioning in two homicides this week in Knox County.

Travis Bonham, the man they are seeking, is still missing. Reports indicate his most recent address was Newark in 2014.

The car was recovered in Reynoldsburg and police say five were arrested on unrelated active warrants.

Sandra Lee Stelk, 50, of Mount Vernon, Jaime Linn Barber, of Newark, were identified as deceased in the homicides.

Stelk is Bonham’s mother and Barber is Bonham’s girlfriend.

The Knox County Auditor’s website says the home is owned by David Stelk.

The original car Bonham was believed to have been driving, a 2011 black Dodge Charger with the license plate “Stelk2,” was recovered this week as well.

One of the five who was arrested on active warrants, Chad Temple, was believed to have been involved in abandoning the Charger.

Law enforcement agencies from Columbus, Franklin County, Licking County and Central Ohio Drug Enforcement Task Force have contributed to the investigation.

Travis Bonham
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