On Aug. 26, Walters allegedly stabbed his father multiple times, stole and crashed his truck, stole a police cruiser and then crashed it in front of the downtown Dayton Metro Library while driving about 97 mph, striking a van, resulting in the deaths of two 6-year-old girls.
Cousins Penelope Jasko and Eleanor McBride were best friends who did everything together, family of the girls told this news organization.
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Montgomery County Public Defender Michael Pentecost has represented Walters during his hearings so far in the case, and the attorney is still listed as a party in the case. A request for comment from Pentecost wasn’t returned this week.
No order granting or denying the motion has been filed by the judge.