Sheriff: ‘Armed and extremely dangerous’ men wanted in deadly shooting

Michael "Sauceyy" Allen, left, and Re'al Streety, right, are wanted in connection to the Nov. 7, 2020, shooting death of Devin Wilson, 26, in Harrison Twp.
Michael "Sauceyy" Allen, left, and Re'al Streety, right, are wanted in connection to the Nov. 7, 2020, shooting death of Devin Wilson, 26, in Harrison Twp.

Credit: Montgomery County Sheriff's Office

Credit: Montgomery County Sheriff's Office

Montgomery County Sheriff Rob Streck is asking for the public’s help to find two men considered “armed and extremely dangerous” who are wanted in connection to a deadly shooting last weekend in Harrison Twp.

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The victim, 26-year-old Devin Wilson of Dayton, was found dead inside a vehicle facing the wrong way on Shiloh Springs Road after deputies received a report around 3:30 a.m. Nov. 7 of several rounds of gunfire in the area, according to deputies.

Michael “Sauceyy” Allen, 24, and Re’al Streety are wanted on murder and felonious assault warrants, Streck said in a news release.

“Streety and Allen are believed to be armed and extremely dangerous. Dozens of rounds from multiple weapons were fired indiscriminately from a moving vehicle during the attack on Wilson,” the sheriff said.

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Anyone who comes into contact with Streety or Allen is urged to call 911 immediately.

Also, anyone who knows the whereabouts of Streety or Allen or who has other information about the case can call detective Bryan Shiverdecker at 937-225-4665. Tips also can be submitted anonymously to Miami Valley Crime Stoppers on their website or by calling 937-222-STOP (7867).

Streety was the one of four people targeted by a police neighborhood blitz meant to reduce gun violence in July 2019. According to police, during the operation officers pursued a vehicle with Streety in the passenger seat, and after the vehicle stopped Streety ran while holding a gun.

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Police said Streety ignored commands to drop the gun and officers opened fire, striking him at least once in the chest and leaving him in critical condition. Streety was later indicted for having a gun while under disability due to a prior drug charge, as well as obstructing official business.

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