Man convicted in deadly Kettering home invasion robbery, shooting sentenced to prison

DAYTON — A man convicted in a shooting death at a Kettering condo in 2019 was sentenced to prison Tuesday.

Dylan Dugan, 26, of Trotwood, was convicted earlier this month on all 18 counts he was facing, including murder, robbery, and others stemming from the death of Mitchel “Max” Miller during a Sept. 19, 2019, home invasion at a condominium in the 5600 block of East Coach Drive in Kettering.

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Dugan was sentenced to 30 years to life in prison Tuesday by Montgomery County Common Pleas Court Judge Mary Wiseman.

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Miller was shot during the home invasion and was later taken by private vehicle to Miami Valley Hospital South where he later died.

Four others are still facing charges in the shooting, including Terrence Bogan, 20, Khanaei Head, 20, Deverono Somerset, 19, and Marcus Thomas-Casey, 21. Bogan and Somerset have been charged with murder, robbery, and other charges. Thomas-Casey still faces charges of involuntary manslaughter, robbery, and kidnapping while Head faces a single charge of involuntary manslaughter, according to court records.

We’ll update this story as we learn more.