Chaz Gillilan

Slaying suspect in Miamisburg teen’s death gets appointed attorney

Chaz Gillilan, 30, awaits a Tuesday Montgomery County court date in the late-night killing of Miamisburg High School senior Noah Kinser.

Gillilan has been assigned local attorney Marshall Lachman to represent him, court records show.

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A warrant has been issued for Gillilan to be transferred to Montgomery County from the Belmont County Jail, where he is being held on unrelated charges, according to local court records.

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 Dec. 30 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.


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