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

Sept 16, 2017
Staff Writer
Kara Parisi-King

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. 

Taylor Brandenburg Photo: Staff Writer

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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: 

Chuckie Lee Photo: Staff Writer

> 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. 

Evans Cassell III Photo: Staff Writer

> 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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