Hermann Police Chief Marlon Walker said the search continues for a Hermann man who might have been headed back home after the Oct. 30 death of an Independence man.
The Hermann man, 46-year-old Nathan Hendricks, reportedly was involved in the incident that also involved two other men. All three have been charged in the death of William Domann, 72, inside Domann’s house in Independence in Jackson County.
Arrested in the killing were two Kansas City, Kansas, men — Xavier Otero and Onelio Garcia, both 32. They, along with Hendricks, have been charged in Jackson County with 2nd-degree murder, armed criminal action and 1st-degree burglary, according to a report published by the Independence Examiner.
Hendricks reportedly has family in Hermann and, according to the report, it was believed by law enforcement officials that he might have made his way back to Hermann or to Columbia after the incident.
Hendricks is described as being about 6-foot, 4-inches talls, weighing about 320 pounds with blue eyes and graying hair. The report said he might be accompanied by a Kansas City woman who is considered a person of interest. The woman, identified as Sheila Casey, is described as being about 5-foot, 8-incheds tall and weighing 130 pounds.