Teen gets 15 years to life for shooting man
A Dayton teen accused of luring a man to a car in an apartment parking lot posing as though she was going to perform a sex act before the victim was fatally shot was sentenced for murder Tuesday.
Elexus Dawkins, 17, was sentenced to 15 years to life in prison for her role in the shooting death of Dayton music promoter Elroy Facey on Hoover Avenue in May.
“This defendant lured the victim to her apartment parking lot under the guise of performing a sex act on the victim, inside a vehicle, when the co-defendant shot the victim,” the Montgomery County Prosecutor’s Office said in a release.
The co-defendant, Michael J. Wood, Jr., is scheduled to go on trial Jan. 22 for his role in the shooting death.