No bond set for murder suspect


Bowling Green police continue to investigate a double homicide that occurred in the city over the weekend.

Xiaosong Wang, 62, Bowling Green, was arraigned this morning via video in Bowling Green Municipal Court.

Wang has been charged with two counts of murder and one count felonious assault.

He remains in jail, with no bond offered.

The Bowling Green Police Division responded to 528 Monroe Court Sunday morning shortly after midnight after receiving multiple 911 calls about gunshots.

According to the police report, Zhichun Huang, 36, and Bing Luan Lin, 40, both of Bowling Green, died from their injuries.

A third victim was released from the hospital later Sunday, said BGPD Lt. Adam Skaff.

There were more people in the house, which is located in a residential area just north of Gustin Avenue, than the three that were shot, he said.

Wang used a handgun, Skaff said.

Gun registration is not required in Ohio, so police have no way to determine where it was purchased or for how long Wang owned it, Skaff said.

The Bureau of Criminal Investigation processed the scene.

“We’ll handle the investigation with the assistance of the Wood County Prosecutor’s Office,” Skaff said.

The last alleged murder in Bowling Green occurred on March 30 in the 300 block of North Main Street. Alicia Rosa, 23, and her unborn child were found with multiple stab wounds.

Jimmy Cole, 30, was charged with multiple counts of murder, felonious assault and tampering with evidence. His jury trial is scheduled to start Nov. 13.

“This is outside of our normal,” Skaff said about the two murders in one year.

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