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.
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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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