West Chester, Ohio – Two individuals have been taken into custody and indicted for their involvement in a homicide that took place in West Chester in 2022. The West Chester Police Department has reported that on October 20th, 2022, a young man named Keshon Sanders was shot multiple times and killed while sitting inside his parked car at his residence in West Chester. Following an investigation, two men were indicted by the Butler County Grand Jury on February 27th, 2023, and are currently in police custody.
The individuals identified by the West Chester police are Robert J. Morris, aged 21, and Garreontai Allen Holmes, aged 22, both residents of Hamilton County. Morris was already imprisoned in Hamilton County on unrelated charges, while Holmes was apprehended by police on February 28th.
The indictment of Morris and Holmes marks a significant development in the case. The authorities have not provided any further details regarding their involvement or motives behind the homicide, but the indictment signifies that they have sufficient evidence to pursue a criminal trial against the suspects.
The tragedy of Keshon Sanders’ death highlights the importance of effective law enforcement measures and the need for justice for victims and their families. Investigations such as this are critical in maintaining public safety and upholding the rule of law.