A man accused of firing at Dayton police last March will spend between five and 10 years in prison following a plea agreement reached Friday in the case.
Tahwin Herron Jr., 20, pleaded guilty to two counts of felonious assault and two gun charges, according to court records. He had been scheduled for trial this week.
Herron was arrested following the March 19 incident in the 300 block of Bungalow Drive. During the incident Herron fired at two Dayton police detectives, investigators said.
Herron will be sentenced on Jan. 30.
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