ONE OF FOUR SUSPECTS INVOLVED IN VIOLENT ROBBERY PLEADS GUILTY TO INVOLUNTARY MANSLAUGHTER WITH A GUN AND AGGRAVATED ROBBERY
Posted on 10/6/2016
Defendant: Keshawn Bowman Ross
Prosecutor Ron O’Brien said, “This defendant was 18 years old when he and three other adults and two juveniles committed a violent robbery, where one of the victims was shot and killed.” Prosecutor Ron O’Brien announced that Keshawn Bowman Ross, now age 20, plead guilty today to one count of Involuntary Manslaughter with a gun and one count of Aggravated Robbery in connection to a robbery that happened on the east side of town in the early morning hours of May 8, 2015. Keshawn Bowman Ross was the driver but also participated during the robbery. The following three other adult individuals that were indicted in the case are:
Carl Brantford, age 21 at the time, Groveport, OH 43125
Trevon McCreary, age 18 at the time, Reynoldsburg, OH 43068
Charles Scott, age 18 at the time, Columbus, OH 43068
“Sentencing for Keshawn Bowman Ross will be at a later date and there is a joint recommendation by both the Prosecution and Defense that he serve 23 years in prison,” O’Brien stated.