Severance is awaiting an extradition hearing scheduled for later this month; police investigating three high-profile homicides in Alexandria want to talk to Severance.
The three homicides that Alexandria police say could be connected are that of Ruthanne Lodato, Ron Kirby and Nancy Dunning. Music teacher Ruthanne Lodato died Feb. 6 after she was shot by an intruder who knocked on her door. Ron Kirby died in November after he was shot at his home in Rosemont; Dunning died in 2003 after she was shot in her home in Del Ray.
The pond and creek searched by police are located outside of the Alexandria area, an FBI spokeswoman said Wednesday.
One location is a pond in Oakton near the home of Charles Severance's parents.
The other body of water searched by investigators is near Severance's home in Ashburn.
"We were out there searching a pond as part of our assistance to Alexandria," said Jacqueline Maguire, public information officer for the FBI.
Severance is being held at the Northern Regional Jail in Moundsville, W. Va., on $100,000 bond. His attorney asked for the hearing to be pushed to April 24; it's scheduled for April 23.
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