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Roberts and five other people face charges in what prosecutors in Dayton’s U.S. District Court called a conspiracy to kill Caldwell, who was shot in a Riverside parking lot in front of three of his sons.
One of Caldwell’s sons, Jacob, went missing for a year after the killing. Jacob was found Aug. 28, 2018, in the basement of a Miami Twp. residence living with four adults.
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Roberts and his girlfriend Tawnney Caldwell (Bobby Caldwell’s ex-wife), face death penalty-eligible charges including cyber stalking, using an illegally possessed firearm to stalk and murder Robert Caldwell, aiding and abetting the illegal gun possession and obstructing justice.
Others indicted include Tawnney’s mother and stepfather, Chandra Harmon and James Harmon, plus Sterling Roberts’ brothers Christopher Roberts and Chance Deakin. Christopher Roberts had his bond revoked in December and is being housed in the Butler County Jail.
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