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Men accused of robbing judge face more charges

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Posted at 5:45 PM, Jan 31, 2016
and last updated 2016-01-31 18:34:43-05

CINCINNATI – Two of the three men accused of robbing Judge Susan Dlott and her husband, attorney Stan Chesley, at gunpoint are facing additional charges for other alleged burglaries.

A Hamilton County grand jury indicted Terry Darnell Jackson, 21, and Demetrius Williams, 20, on three charges each of aggravated burglary for allegedly breaking into buildings and committing burglaries while armed in November, according to court records.

Booker Aliyah was also indicted on one count of aggravated burglary for allegedly participating in one of the thefts, records show. She was released on $20,000 bond.

Jackson and Williams, along with Darrell Joseph Kinney, broke into the expensive Indian Hill home of the federal judge and her nationally-known attorney husband Dec. 3, Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters previously said.

In that case, the armed trio allegedly held the couple at gunpoint while they ransacked the home looking for things to steal. Chesley was injured when he was pushed down a flight of stairs, suffering three fractures to his spine, a fracture in his pelvis and a concussion.

Police arrested the three men that night during a traffic stop for rolling through a stop sign, officers said.

The three were charged aggravated burglary, aggravated robbery, kidnapping, assault, carrying concealed weapons and more for the alleged incident. If convicted, they could each face more than 100 years in prison.

The men and woman charged in the November burglaries are due back in court Feb. 4 for a disposition.

The three men from the Indian Hill incident are next scheduled to appear Feb. 24 for a plea or trial setting.