Jamikeal L. Brown, left, and Robert J. Maye
Photo: MONTGOMERY COUNTY JAIL
Photo: MONTGOMERY COUNTY JAIL

Men indicted in connection to Dayton double shooting, standoff

Bond was set at $250,000 each for both men accused of shooting and wounding a man and woman last month.

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Jamikeal Brown, 21, of Dayton, and Robert Maye, 25, of West Carrollton, are pleading not guilty to the charges filed against them in connection to the April 25 double shooting in the 100 block of Kelly Avenue in Dayton.

A Montgomery County Common Pleas judge ordered that they have no contact with the gunshot victims if they post bail.

They are next due in court May 16.

EARLIER REPORT

Two men will be in court Thursday following their indictments this week in connection to a double shooting last month that ended with their arrests after a standoff in Dayton.

RELATED: Police credit witnesses with helping them find, arrest 2 in Dayton double shooting

Jamikeal Brown, 21, of Dayton and Robert Maye, 25, of West Carrollton, are accused of shooting and wounding a man and woman April 25 in the 100 block of Kelly Avenue. Witnesses led Dayton police to their truck, which led to a pursuit across town and the two men running into a Forsythe Avenue home.

Brown and Maye are charged with four counts of felonious assault, each with firearm specifications. Brown also is charged for having weapons under disability for a prior offense of violence. Maye, suspected of driving the truck, is charged with failure to comply with an order or signal of a police officer, according to a Montgomery County grand jury report released Monday.

A third man, Kyren Edwards, 22, of West Carrollton, was indicted for obstructing justice for allegedly misleading police. He is not in custody and is ordered to appear May 21 for his arraignment, court records show.

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