Man sentenced to prison in 2017 shooting death in Dayton

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A man found guilty of murder in the shooting death of a 21-year-old Dayton man was sentenced to 20 years and six months to life in prison Monday.

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Lance Anthony Irvin, 36, could be eligible for parole after the 20 years and six months, said a Montgomery County Common Pleas Court official.
The court docket also listed Irvin as a violent offender, meaning he'll be registered in Ohio's new violent offender database.

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A jury found Irvin guilty of two counts of murder, two counts of felonious assault and a count of tampering with evidence in April.

The charges stemmed from the 2017 death of Jesse Samuel Redavide.

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Irvin and Redavide were reportedly arguing on South Horton Street when the shooting happened.

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