- Advertisement -
  • Most Commentedmost commented up
  • Most Emailedmost emailed up
  • Popularmost popular up
- Advertisement -

« News Home

Bond revoked for suspect in Repchic murder

Published: Wed, October 20, 2010 @ 12:07 a.m.


Kevin D Agee, suspect in the drive by killing of Thomas Repchic and the wounding of his wife, Jacqueline Repchic on Saturday 25, 2010. Youngstown Police Department photo 8-28-10.


Aubrey F. Toney, 29.

By Peter H. Milliken



Judge R. Scott Krichbaum has revoked the $3 million bond of the man charged with driving the car from which Thomas Repchic was fatally shot Sept. 25 on the city’s South Side.

The Mahoning County Common Pleas Court judge revoked the bond of Kevin D. Agee Jr., 25, of West Ravenwood Avenue, which had been set by Judge Elizabeth Kobly of municipal court Sept. 29, the day after Agee was arrested.

“The court will void that bond and order no bond in this case, subject to review by the court to whom the case is assigned,” Judge Krichbaum said.

Agee is charged with the aggravated murder of Repchic, 74, with gun and death-penalty specifications, and the attempted murder of Repchic’s wife, Jacqueline, also 74, with a gun specification. The case is assigned to Judge Maureen A. Sweeney for further proceedings.

“A capital case is one for which the law recognizes no bond is appropriate,” Judge Krichbaum said at Agee’s Tuesday arraignment.

Judge Krichbaum accepted Agee’s innocent plea and appointed Atty. James Gentile to defend him.

Aubrey F. Toney, 29, of Youngstown, suspected of being the shooter, remains at large on the same charges and specifications.

The shooting occurred at Southern Boulevard and Philadelphia Avenue after the Repchics had just left St. Dominic Church in their older-model Cadillac.

Thomas Repchic, of Trenton Avenue, was fatally shot, and his wife was shot in her leg, which had to be amputated, in what police believe was a case of mistaken identity in a feud between two rival factions.


1Stan(9923 comments)posted 5 years, 1 month ago

" in what police believe was a case of mistaken identity in a feud between two rival factions"

His attorney will say:
Since this was an erronious hit you must acquit .

Suggest removal:

2spirit76(19 comments)posted 5 years, 1 month ago

To decrease the amount of crime in Y-town those in charge must not turn their head and look the other way. Everyone makes mistakes in their life at one time or another. But to live like you are owed something you did not earn honestly nor deserve is wrong. Lock these criminals down for a minute cutting them off from the outside world and start from the bottom working up. If there is no client to buy crack or weed, then the dealer will eventually go out of business. And for those that want to play like they are in the "wild wild west", send them to Afghanistan to test their manhood.

Suggest removal:

3Stan(9923 comments)posted 5 years, 1 month ago

Aubrey F. Toney seems to still be eluding his destiny .

I suggest to the friends of Aubry that they turn him in and get the reward money . He will be caught anyhow and someone else will strike it rich .

GET YOUR $10,000. NOW !

If you have information regarding this homicide, call 330-746-CLUE ( 330-746-2583 )

Suggest removal:

4seminole(476 comments)posted 5 years, 1 month ago

First judge: idiot for even agreeing to bond. Second judge: now were talking...keep one eye in the cell until his trial. I love feeding miscreants and trash with my taxes, but the alternative is worse.

Suggest removal:


HomeTerms of UsePrivacy StatementAdvertiseStaff DirectoryHelp
© 2015 Vindy.com. All rights reserved. A service of The Vindicator.
107 Vindicator Square. Youngstown, OH 44503

Phone Main: 330.747.1471 • Interactive Advertising: 330.740.2955 • Classified Advertising: 330.746.6565
Sponsored Links: Vindy Wheels | Vindy Jobs | Vindy Homes