Kettering fatal shooting victim identified; Man charged with murder

A man is facing charges in the death of a woman found shot in their home Kettering home this week.

Taveon Antonio DeLashawn Glenn, 27, was charged Thursday in Kettering Municipal Court with two counts of murder and two counts of felonious assault in the death of 28-year-old Sierra Still.

Credit: Kettering City Jail

Credit: Kettering City Jail

Kettering police discovered the Still’s body after a call from Montgomery County officials, who said a man turned himself in that day and told authorities his wife “may be injured,” police records state.

Glenn has been in custody since late Tuesday afternoon, Kettering jail records show. He was arrested shortly before 5 p.m. and booked into the jail involving an aggravated murder charge, according to records.

Kettering police said Still was found dead in a bathroom and had multiple gunshot wounds.

Police forced entry into the home as more than 15 officers responded to the scene, records state. The victim was on the bathroom floor with no pulse, police records show.

She “was seated on the floor with her upper body and head slumped forward” and an officer saw “an apparent gunshot wound on the left side of her head,” the report states. There were multiple shell casings on the bathroom floor, and a casing and round in the bathtub, according to the police report.

Investigators recovered a handgun believed to be used in the shooting. Among the evidence retrieved from the home was a black Tisas Zigana and a handwritten letter, according to the police report.

It is Kettering’s first homicide this year and the city’s sixth since 2019, police records show.

There were children living in the home, but they were not there when police arrived, Kettering Police Chief Chip Protsman said. The children have been placed with relatives, he added.

It’s not clear what led up to the shooting. The suspect did not say if they had been arguing prior to the shooting, Protsman said.

Police did not receive any reports of gunfire in the area or other calls related to the homicide other than the one originating at the jail.

Credit: Marshall Gorby

Credit: Marshall Gorby