UPDATE @ 4:26 p.m.:
A judge set bond at $1 million for a Coshocton County man accused of killing a Miamisburg teen in December, according to a Montgomery County Common Pleas Court official.
Chaz Gillilan, 30, pleaded not guilty to charges, including six counts of murder.
If he makes bond, Gillilan is eligible for the court’s electronic home detention program.
Gillilan’s next court date is July 11.
A Coshocton County man is set to be in local court today after being indicted for murder and other charges in the Dec. 30 killing of a Miamisburg teen, the city’s first homicide since 2011.
Chaz Gillilan, 30, is facing charges in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court in connection with the late-night killing of Miamisburg High School senior Noah Kinser.
Gillian was transferred this week from Belmont County – where he is being held on unrelated charges – to the Montgomery County Jail, local records show.
Gillilan was charged by a Montgomery County grand jury of six counts of murder; four counts each of aggravated robbery and felonious assault; two counts each of aggravated burglary and having weapons while under disability; and one count each of tampering with evidence, and possession of criminal tools, according to court records.
Kinser, 18, was shot and killed during a Miamisburg home invasion in an apartment on North First Street, about a block from the police department. A 14-year-old was also injured in the shooting, but recovered, police said.
Court records indicate Gillilan became a suspect through comments he made and his Ohio criminal history. After a 2012 conviction, Gillilan was ordered to submit to DNA registration, court records show.
The defendant has been assigned local attorney Marshall Lachman to represent him, court records show.
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