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Montgomery County, Pa. Family Murder Case

Kathy Whyte/ WNBF News

Officials are accusing a Philadelphia area man of killing his father and having his son help to transport the 88 year old man’s body to Susquehanna Count where it was found by workers clearing brush along State Route 2036 near Route 92 in Gibson Township June 27.

David St. Onge Senior is charged with murder in the death of Jack St. Onge while the victim’s grandson, David St. Onge Junior is charged with conspiracy.

Officials accuse the son of hitting is father in the head at the man’s home in Plymouth Township in Montgomery County then driving nearly 150 miles to Gibson Township to dump the body.

Authorities also accuse the dead man’s son of stealing his father’s belongings and selling them.

The workers clearing the brush at around 10:30 a.m. June 27 found the body down a steep embankment, wrapped in a tarp.

The Susquehanna County Coroner was able to identify the body due to the victim’s pacemaker.

The investigation is continuing and more charges may be pending.

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