Records: Vehicle shot 20 times in deadly Harrison Twp. chase

Michael "Sauceyy" Allen, left, and Re'al Streety, right, are wanted in connection to the Nov. 7, 2020, shooting death of Devin Wilson, 26, in Harrison Twp.
Michael "Sauceyy" Allen, left, and Re'al Streety, right, are wanted in connection to the Nov. 7, 2020, shooting death of Devin Wilson, 26, in Harrison Twp.

Credit: Montgomery County Sheriff's Office

Credit: Montgomery County Sheriff's Office

Two men are charged in a chase that ended in a man’s death and a vehicle shot more than 20 times, according to Vandalia Municipal Court records.

Michael Allen, 24, and Re’al Streety, 21, are facing multiple counts of murder and felonious assault, as well as a count of discharge of a firearm on or near prohibited premises, in the death of 26-year-old Devin Wilson of Dayton.

ExploreRELATED: Sheriff: ‘Armed and extremely dangerous’ men wanted in deadly shooting

Streety also was charged with having weapons under disability due to a previous conviction in Montgomery County Common Pleas Court.

Wilson was found dead Nov. 7 in a vehicle facing the wrong way on Shiloh Springs Road in Harrison Twp., according to the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office.

He had been shot in the head and his vehicle was shot more than 20 times, read a court affidavit.

An investigation determined that Allen and Streety were in a vehicle and were pursuing and shooting at another vehicle occupied by Wilson and a second person. Allen was identified as the driver and Streety as the shooter, according to court records.

The sheriff’s office on Friday asked for the public’s help to find the two suspects.

ExploreDayton man killed in shooting on Shiloh Springs Road in Harrison Twp.

“Streety and Allen are believed to be armed and extremely dangerous. Dozens of rounds from multiple weapons were fired indiscriminately from a moving vehicle during the attack on Wilson,” Sheriff Rob Streck said.

Anyone aware of Streety or Allen’s locations should call Detective Bryan Shiverdecker at 937-225-4665. To remain anonymous, call Miami Valley Crime Stoppers at 937-222-STOP (7867).

In Other News