3 sentenced in Dayton home invasion that killed 2

Daylequan S. Arnold Jr., left, Deon M. Harris Jr., center, and King A. Turner, right  MONTGOMERY COUNTY PROSECUTOR'S OFFICE

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Daylequan S. Arnold Jr., left, Deon M. Harris Jr., center, and King A. Turner, right MONTGOMERY COUNTY PROSECUTOR'S OFFICE

Three Dayton men were sentenced in connection to a December 2019 home invasion in which two people were shot and killed.

Daylequan Arnold, 25; Deon Harris Jr., 29; and King Turner, 23; were sentenced to at least 28 years in prison this week.

Arnold was sentenced to 28 years to life according to the Montgomery County Prosecutor’s Office. He previously pleaded guilty to aggravated murder in October.

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Harris was sentenced to 41 years to life in prison Wednesday after a jury found him guilty of murder, aggravated burglary, felonious assault and having weapons while under disability earlier this month.

Turner was sentenced to 77 years to life Wednesday. He was found guilty of aggravated murder, murder, aggravated burglary, felonious assault and having weapons while under disability.

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Malik Ogletree

Credit: MONTGOMERY COUNTY JAIL

Malik Ogletree

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Malik Ogletree

Credit: MONTGOMERY COUNTY JAIL

Credit: MONTGOMERY COUNTY JAIL

A fourth suspect, Malik Ogletree, previously pleaded guilty to aggravated murder and tampering with evidence, according to the prosecutor’s office. He was sentenced to 24 years to life in prison on Jan. 14.

Police responded Dec. 21, 2019, to a shooting in the 900 block of Ethel Avenue in Dayton. When they arrived, they found a deceased man, later identified as Frankie McGee Jr., who had been shot multiple times, according to the prosecutor’s office. Officers found a second shooting victim in another room. Christopher Huntley was transported to the hospital, but died form his injuries on Dec. 28, 2019.

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