UPDATE: DPD asking for help identifying suspects in North Trenton homicide

DPD asking for help identifying suspects in North Trenton homicide (Courtesy: Dayton Police Department)

UPDATE: Dayton Police are asking for your help identifying three or four suspects involved in an overnight homicide on North Trenton Street.

Lt. Gregg Gaby with the DPD Violent Crimes Bureau said they only know the details in the shooting death of Taelor Taylor are from the surveillance video, so they need help gathering information.

The video shows three subjects. One of them initially comes up to the house, goes off camera for a while before coming back. Two other suspects can also be seen entering the residence. At some point during that time, it appears one subject fired at least one round, hitting Taylor in the chest.

If you recognize any of three suspects on camera, know about a fourth person in the car, or possibly recognize the vehicle, you're asked to call Crime Stoppers at 222-STOP, and you can remain anonymous. If you would like to leave your name and a number for a Dayton officer to contact you, you can also call Dayton Police at 333-COPS.


DAYTON, Ohio (WKEF/WRGT) - A 28-year-old man is dead after he's found shot in front of his Dayton home.

The man has been identified as Taelor Taylor by the Montgomery County Coroner's office. Taylor was found near the front porch of his house on Trenton Street near West Third.

Lieutenant Steven Bauer with Dayton Police said detectives are speaking with witnesses and working to on any leads, "we have very limited information," he said.

Bauer said Taylor died of a gunshot wound shortly after medics arrived. However, police say there were no previous calls for shots fired or a shooting before Taylor was found. Bauer was unable to release many details, because at this point, he said there's a lot police don't know, "It's going to take the public to help us solve this case," he said. The suspects are not known at this time and are considered to be at large. Police are asking anyone who may have heard or seen anything to come forward and talk to detectives.

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