3rd Ohio teen sentenced in home-invasion slaying

TROY, Ohio (AP) — A judge has sentenced a western Ohio teen to life in prison for the slaying of a
20-year-old man who was shot during a home-invasion robbery last year.

Eighteen-year-old Patrick McGail continued to maintain his innocence as he was sentenced by a judge on
Monday in Troy, north of Dayton. A jury convicted him in August of charges including aggravated murder
in the slaying of 20-year-old Nathan Wintrow.

The Dayton Daily News (http://bit.ly/1vK2dhn )
reports that McGail was one of three teens who prosecutors say planned to rob Winthrow of drugs and
money. McGail’s co-defendants testified against him at trial as part of plea agreements.

Seventeen-year-old Jason Sowers was sentenced to 18 years-to-life in prison. Nineteen-year-old Brandon
Terrel was sentenced to 14 years.

McGail’s attorney said he’ll appeal.


Information from: Dayton Daily News, http://www.daytondailynews.com

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