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18-year-old Brown sentenced in murder trial

Published: Tuesday, April 15, 2014 @ 11:19 AM
Updated: Friday, May 02, 2014 @ 2:41 PM


            Four days after Allen Lindeman was shot to death in a Leo Street residence last October, police said they saw Anthony D. Brown, who was wearing clothes that matched those of a suspect from a surveillance video near the crime scene.
Four days after Allen Lindeman was shot to death in a Leo Street residence last October, police said they saw Anthony D. Brown, who was wearing clothes that matched those of a suspect from a surveillance video near the crime scene.

An 18-year-old Dayton teenager has been sentenced to 25 years-to-life for the October 2013 murder of Allen Lindeman.

Anthony D. Brown was found guilty on all 12 counts he faced including murder, robbery and burglary on April 18 by a Montgomery County jury. He was convicted for killing Allen Lindeman, 42, in his Leo St. home.

A Montgomery County Coroner's Office forensic pathologist testified that Lindeman died of gunshot wounds, including one in his heart.

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Montgomery County assistant prosecutor Michelle Henne played for the jury four surveillance videos she said showed Brown and another person entering and leaving the area, and shows Brown with a gun in his hand on the way to a getaway car.

Four days after the shooting, on Oct. 30, police spotted Brown in the DeSoto Bass parking lot. He was wearing the same clothes from the video.