Teens sentenced to prison for Troy man’s murder

WDTN Photo/Kris Sproles
WDTN Photo/Kris Sproles

TROY, Ohio (WDTN)- Two teens were sentenced Monday to prison for their involvement in Nathan Wintrow’s shooting death.

Wintrows mother addressed the court, talking about the moment she got the call that her son was dead.

“I was at work when I got the call from my other son telling me that Nathan had been shot in the head . No parent should have to live through what I am still trying to live trough,” said Wintrow’s mother.

The judge listened sentenced 19-year-old Brendon Terrel to 14 years in prison.

17-year-old Jason Sowers was sentenced to 18 years to life in prison.

Authorities said the pair went along with Patrick McGail to break into Wintrow’s home.

Wintrow was shot in the head.

McGail was found guilty of several charges including aggravated murder and burglary last Thursday.

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