5 new details from court documents in case where babysitter was shot


Highlights

 

Montgomery County Common Pleas Court Judge Gregory Singer’s decision overruling multiple defense motions by an attorney for Kara Parisi-King included more facts about the shooting of Taylor Brandenburg in which Chuckie Lee is accused of murder. 

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Brandenburg, 20, was shot to death March 12 outside a Huffman Avenue home after police said two groups of people got into an argument at the Glass Hat Bar & Grill. Lee, Parisi-King and Evans Cassell III all were charged. Among the new details from that decision: 

 

> Guns were allegedly stored at a U-Haul facility on East Third Street in Dayton. Surveillance footage shows activity at a rental unit during that night. 

 

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> Lee had a rental agreement with the storage facility. 

 

> A fourth person, an uncharged woman, was in the vehicle along with the three defendants. 

 

> Surveillance footage was located at both the Glass Hat and at the Huffman residence. 

 

> Parisi-King allegedly pointed out the Huffman address to Lee.

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