A 31-year-old Dayton man was indicted today on a murder charge in the shooting death last month of DeAngelo Dewberry.
David Henderson was indicted by a Montgomery County grand jury on charges of murder, felonious assault and discharge of a firearm on or near a prohibited premises. He will be arraigned Tuesday morning.
He is being held without bond in the Montgomery County Jail, where he has been incarcerated since his Aug. 28 arrest, online jail records show.
Aug. 28 REPORT:
The man accused in the Aug. 23 shooting of DeAngelo Dewberry is expected in court Friday for an initial appearance on charges of murder and illegal discharge of a weapon.
David Henderson, 31, was arrested Aug. 28, five days after police said he shot and killed Dewberry the morning of Aug. 23, in the 4700 block of Stratsburg Drive in Dayton.
Police found the victim in the street. He had been shot several times. He died at Miami Valley Hospital.
An arrest warrant was issued for Henderson. Dayton police and members of the Southern Ohio Fugitive Apprehension Strike Team tracked him to a residence in Trotwood on Shadowbrook Drive. He was taken into custody.
The morning of the shooting, witnesses said they saw a man step out of his house, shoot another man, then get into his car and drive away.
The car, an olive 2004 Cadillac, was stopped by Dayton police Wednesday on Gettysburg Avenue. Two people in it were taken into custody and police confiscated the car to be processed for evidence stemming from the shooting.