A Dayton man accused of killing a man during a reported robbery on North Trenton Street pleaded guilty to lesser charges Friday.
Trashune Young, 28, pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter, aggravated robbery and having a weapon while under disability, according to Montgomery County court records.
A judge set Young’s sentencing for April 22.
A grand jury initially indicted Young on murder, robbery and assault charges last March in the shooting death of Taelor Taylor.
On Nov. 28, 2018, police found Taylor shot to death on his porch.
Security cameras at Taylor’s home showed three people come up to his porch with at least two guns.
Officers arrested Trenton Williams a few days later and issued a warrant for Young shortly after.
A grand jury indicted Williams on murder, burglary and assault charges in June.
His trial is scheduled to begin July 29.
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