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Man Whose Family Was Slain Is Back on Job

March 03, 2004|From Times Staff and Wire Reports

The only suspect named by police in a quintuple slaying last year is back to work full time in Bakersfield's school district, school officials said.

Vincent Brothers resumed work Monday in a district maintenance and operations office. The Fremont School vice principal named in the killing of his family last year will stay off school campuses for now.

On July 8, a family friend found the bodies of Brothers' wife, Joanie Harper, 39; their children Marques, 4, Lyndsey, 2, and Marshall, 6 weeks old; and Joanie's mother, Earnestine Harper, 70.

Brothers was arrested but released hours later. He was never charged with the crime, though he remains under investigation.

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