UPDATE #2 (12-06-2017): Kentucky State Police detectives charged 29 year-old Marcus Branden Boyken of Greenville, KY with Tampering with Physical Evidence.
Today’s arrest stems from the on-going Tromain Mackall investigation which occurred back in July 2016.
Boyken is currently incarcerated at the Kentucky State Reformatory in La Grange for other unrelated charges. He was charged their today by detectives and will remain at KSR.
The investigation is on-going by KSP detectives. Anyone with information regarding this case are encourage to contact KSP Post 16-Henderson at 270-826-3312 or 800-222-5555.
UPDATE (11-30-2017): Kentucky State Police detectives arrest a Daviess County man in connection to the Kidnapping and Murder of Tromain Mackall. Detectives charged Christopher S. Hill, 33 of Owensboro with Murder, Kidnapping (victim death) and Tampering with Physical Evidence. Hill was lodged in the Daviess County Detention Center in Owensboro with no bond.
The investigation is on-going by KSP detectives.
Anyone with information regarding this case are encourage to contact KSP Post 16-Henderson at 270-826-3312 or 800-222-5555.
OWENSBORO, KY (March 14, 2017)–Kentucky State Police detectives charged William E. Howard Jr, 48 of Falls of Rough, KY with the murder of 29 year-old Tromain Mackall.
Mackall, who lived in Ohio County, was reported missing to authorities on July 25, 2016. His body was later located inside a toolbox floating in Spring Fork Creek in Grayson County. KSP detectives were recently notified by the Kentucky State Police Crime Lab that they were able to successfully link Howard to the murder. KSP troopers located Howard this afternoon in Brandenburg and arrested him without incident. He has been charged with Murder; Kidnapping (death of victim) and Tampering with Physical Evidence. Howard has been lodged in the Daviess County Detention Center in Owensboro.
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