Franklin Furnace, Ohio - James Damron never heard the shots that killed his neighbors.
He was smoking a cigarette on the front porch of the mobile home he when a strange vehicle raced past, followed minutes later by a running 6-year-old boy covered in blood.
"He was hollering, and at first I thought his dog had died," Damron said. "But then I got him calmed down and he said 'My papaw, mamaw and sissy got killed, they got shot.'"
The boy was the sole survivor of multiple shootings that killed his grandparents and aunt.
Edward D. Mollett, 46; his wife, Juanita F. Mollett, 43; and their daughter, Christina J. Mollett, 20, were found by deputies in the mobile home the couple shared.
Authorities arrested the 29-year-old woman who they say pulled the trigger, but they are looking for a man who might have been with her during the shootings.
Kara M. Garvin turned herself in to the Scioto County sheriff's office hours after the shooting.
Damron said the boy told him he was sitting on the couch next to his aunt when "a woman with black hair" came in and started shooting at his family. Damron thinks the criminals didn't hurt the boy because he was so covered in blood, they might have thought he was dead.
Damron saw at least two people in the fleeing vehicle, and neighbors told police that Garvin hangs around with Paul J. Balmer, 46, the man who is being sought.
Sheriff Marty V. Donini said his detectives think the murders were part of a robbery attempt and that drugs were probably involved.
Garvin was arrested in 2003 and charged with carrying a concealed weapon and marijuana possession.
Deputy sheriffs are looking for Balmer, who they say is a known associate of Garvin and might have been with her during the shootings. He also is wanted on a felony warrant for drug trafficking in an unrelated crime, according to the sheriff's office.