$1M bond set for man accused in deadly shooting of Dayton man

$1M bond set for man accused in deadly shooting of Dayton man
Dayveon Johnson (MONTGOMERY COUNTY JAIL)

DAYTON — Bond was set for a man facing murder and other charges connected to a shooting in Dayton earlier this month.

Dayveon Johnson, 30, made a court appearance Tuesday on charges stemming from a deadly shooting on South Broadway Street Feb. 9.

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Johnson’s bond was set at $1 million and his next court date was set for March 12.

Johnson was indicted on charges including murder and felonious assault for the shooting death of Corleone Lewis, 40, of Dayton.

Court records allege Lewis was shot and killed trying to break up an argument on the front porch of a home on South Broadway Street.

Johnson, the alleged shooter, fired two shots, hitting Lewis and another person, records show.

Johnson was later shot himself in the arm after rounds were fired towards him after the initial shooting, court documents state.

Corleone Lewis, 40, died in a shooting early Sunday in Dayton. Police have a suspect in custody. (Courtesy/Lewis's longtime friend Eric Yarbrough)
Corleone Lewis, 40, died in a shooting early Sunday in Dayton. Police have a suspect in custody. (Courtesy/Lewis's longtime friend Eric Yarbrough)