Vigil held in Orlando for victims of triple homicide

Published On: Mar 25 2014 05:41:25 PM EDT
Updated On: Mar 25 2014 11:42:16 PM EDT

A vigil is held in Orlando for the victims killed in a triple homicide, as the search for one of the persons of interest continues.

ORLANDO, Fla. -

A vigil was held Tuesday night in Orlando for the victims killed in a triple homicide, as the search for one of the persons of interest continues.

The bodies of Richard Button, 65; Todd Lemme, 57; and Deborah Watson, 54; were found in the shed in the woods near Curry Ford Road and Excalibur Court last week.

The vigil was held at the Hospitality Church on Curry Ford Road.

The person being sought for questioning in the triple homicide, 47-year-old Leonard Lewis, is the ex-boyfriend of one of the victims and has a violent past. The other person of interest, David Emmons, 60, was cleared after questioning, but deputies said he remains an essential part of the investigation.

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