Greed, hatred was motive in planned attack that ended with 2 dead in Greene County, prosecutor says

No charges filed in deadly Greene County shooting

GREENE COUNTY — A Greene County grand jury returned a no bill in connection to the shooting on Grinnell Road, where a man shot his ex-wife and her husband. The decision means the case has been closed and no charges will be filed, according to the prosecutor’s office.

The shooting happened outside the home of Lindsey Duncan and his wife Molly on Grinnell Road in February. Duncan shot and killed his ex-wife, Cheryl Sanders, and her husband, Robert Reed Sanders. Grand jurors determined Duncan was acting in self defense of himself and his wife.

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The shooting happened Feb. 12 in the 3400 block of Grinnell Road around 11 a.m.

The investigation into the shooting uncovered evidence that the Sanders’ had planned the attack in advance.

“Both assailants were armed and determined to do harm,” Greene County Prosecutor Stephen Haller said. “They drove to Ohio with the intent to kill Robert Lindsey and Molly Duncan. Investigators believe that the motive for the attack was greed and hatred.”

Greene County Sheriff Gene Fischer said it appeared the couple was ambushed in the driveway of their million-dollar home when gunfire erupted.

Both Cheryl Sanders and Robert Reed Sanders died from multiple gunshot wounds, said Greene County Coroner Kevin Sharrett.

Lindsey Duncan said the couple had just returned to their home. He said a man with a camouflage mask and hoodie ran up and held a gun to Molly Duncan’s head while the two were getting the mail.

“I thought it was a bad nightmare. Whatever happened after that was instinct,” Lindsey Duncan said. “All of a sudden, hell began'

He struggled to fight back tears as he explained what he remembered from the shooting.

Cheryl Sanders, who was a celebrity spokeswoman and stunt woman, appeared on the cover of Healthy Living Magazine.

She was a stunt double for Brooke Shields, Sharon Stone and other A-list actresses.

Robert Reed Sanders had been licensed in real estate in Texas. Greene County Sheriff Gene Fischer said Thursday the man had a criminal record, but he did not elaborate.

Lindsey is the founder and CEO of Genesis Today who appeared on the Dr. Oz Show and The View nearly a decade ago to talk about weight loss.

Court records show that Lindsey Duncan and Cheryl Sanders signed a prenuptial agreement in 1999, were married, then divorced in 2009.

Cheryl Sanders and Lindsey Duncan have two daughters, the Greene County Sheriff said. Both are college-age.

Since the divorce, the records indicated their relationship remained sour.