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Eddins told reporters he expects a "no body" murder trial.
Following the deaths of Hughes and Rhodes, "Davis was found to have made numerous debits from Hughes' accounts," according to a news release issued by the Sheriff's Office.
Adkinson promised relatives of Hughes present at the press conference that deputies will continue to search for the bodies. The Sheriff's Office has served about 12 search warrants, issued 46 subpoenas, drained a pond and searched numerous properties.
One detail of the case that is yet to be resolved is the fate of Rhodes' beloved little white dog Molly, Adkinson said after the press conference. The sheriff said he believes it's possible Molly, which was 14 years old when Rhodes disappeared, may still be alive and in the care of someone acquainted with Davis.
Following the trial, the Sheriff's Office and state attorney's office decided not to prosecute Davis on a burglary charge stemming from the discovery of many of Hughes' home furnishings in his possession.
The back bench seat was missing and the back carpet had been cut out when it was recovered, according to Davis' arrest affidavit.
"The next time Steward saw Davis a day or two after the killings," the affidavit said, "he was dragging a blue tote to a burn pit. The tote smelled bad and Steward assumed the tote held the bodies of Hughes and Rhodes. Davis told her later that he had cut up the bodies and burned them in the burn pit and scattered the ashes."
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Steward said she and Davis drove to Hughes' home last May 7 and were invited in for dinner. She and Rhodes went out to purchase margarita mix and received a call to hurry back. They returned to find Hughes bleeding on the floor and not moving.
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Instead, they settled in to the painstaking task of developing a murder case, Eddins and Adkinson said at the press conference.
"Even though no bodies have been recovered, we do believe we will successfully bring this case to conclusion," he said. "We were very methodical, very thorough in the way we went about this."
The Walton County Sheriff's Office arrested Barry Davis on Wednesday morning and charged him with killing John Hughes and Heidi Rhodes, a couple that have been missing since May 7, 2012.
Adkinson said one of the most difficult tasks for a team of about 15 investigators trying to link Davis to the Hughes' and Rhodes' deaths was convincing witnesses to cooperate.
At a press conference Wednesday at Sheriff's Office headquarters, State Attorney Bill Eddins said he will seek indictments for first degree premeditated murder and convene a group to consider whether to seek the death penalty for Davis, 27, who Sheriff Mike Adkinson referred to as a "cold blooded, calculated murderer."
"When Steward and Rhodes arrived back at Hughes' residence, Davis grabbed Rhodes and strangled her down on the floor. Hughes was already lying on the floor not moving. There was blood around Hughes head and on the floor, wall, and a nightstand in the master bedroom. Davis had blood on his clothing as well," according to an affidavit summarizing Steward's statement to investigators.
At the trial, Davis contended he sold the vehicle as a favor to Hughes and that Hughes had left the country to avoid a drug debt.
Steward's statement to the Sheriff's Office has led them to believe Davis went to great lengths to dispose of Hughes' and Rhodes' bodies.
Deputies got a big break in their case when a Cadillac Escalade belonging to Hughes was found behind a home in DeFuniak Springs. Kenneth Ingram, a correctional officer and the homeowner, told investigators that Davis asked him to store the Escalade on his property sometime in June 2012.
"Leads show Davis benefitted financially and materially via Hughes' assets and property," it said.
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Davis, who was in the Okaloosa County Jail on drug charges, was transferred to the Walton County Jail on Wednesday morning and charged with the killings.
is unbelievable the amount of work it has taken us to get to this point."
The jury found Davis not guilty.
Hughes had been severely injured in a workplace accident and was bringing in about $6,000 a month from an insurance settlement. Davis told Steward on the way to Hughes' home that he was going to kidnap him and hold him for ransom, according to the affidavit.
"Davis then put Rhodes and Hughes head first into master bedroom bathtub and filled it with water, submerging the heads in water he duct taped Hughes' and Rhodes' ankles together . Davis and Steward left the residence leaving Hughes and Rhodes in this submerged position," the affidavit said.
Tiffani Steward, identified as Davis' girlfriend, told deputies she saw Davis choke Rhodes into unconsciousness, then fill Hughes' bathtub with water and submerge her and Hughes' heads to drown them, according the affidavit filed before the arrest.
Cecil Galloway, another witness questioned by investigators, told them that in June 2012 Davis handed him a trash bag "of burned wood and ashes" and told him to get rid of it. He said he placed the bag in a garbage can at the end of the driveway.
One witness told investigators he saw a Puma Ignite Evoknit 3d dog matching Molly's description at Hughes' home as Davis allegedly was arranging to have Hughes' furniture taken away.
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