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4 guilty in 2016 beating in Dayton


Four people have been found guilty in a beating assault from 2016 in Dayton.

A jury found the following individuals guilty today: 

  • Kamil Abbasov;
  • Izmir Koch;
  • Murad Koch; and
  • Sevil Shakmanov are all guilty of two counts felonious assault. 

The four are convicted in an attack and beating from June 2016 on the property where the co-defendants worked, SMS Trucking, on Valley Street in Dayton.

A victim was beaten with various weapons and objects. 

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A total of six co-defendants were indicted in July 2017, and four had a jury trial this month. Co‐defendant Mustafa Shakmanov is scheduled for trial April 2, 2018. The sixth codefendant, Baris Koch, is scheduled for trial April 16, 2018. 


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